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NEWS ANALYSIS: We’re only a short time away from allowing our cars to make traffic decisions in transporting us around town; now we’re on the edge of letting digital assistants make dinner reservations for us—also without human intervention.
The Cavium ThunderX2 processor, which is getting support from hardware makers such as HPE and Cray, is the latest move by an Arm chip maker to push into the data center.
On the first day of the 2018 Red Hat Summit event in San Francisco, Red Hat reveals its future roadmap for CoreOS integration and details new partner efforts with IBM and MIcrosoft.
The Kubernetes ecosystem continues to grow with new projects and capabilities, which were highlighted at KubeCon and CloudNativeCon Europe 2018.
Oracle is extending the capabilities of its enterprise Autonomous Database in the cloud with the addition of autonomous analytics, application integration and developer services.
Speaking at the Build 2018 Conference, CEO Satya Nadella says Microsoft is preparing developers for ubiquitous, cloud- and edge-computing with new Azure services and partnerships.
VIDEO: Jason McGee, vice president and CTO of IBM Cloud Platform, discusses what multi-cloud is all about and why Kubernetes is at the center.
Miami and Paris join the list of markets served by Equinix's private connectivity service to the Microsoft Azure cloud.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Dell’s Virtustream cloud unit reported at Dell Technologies World that the health care industry is starting to recognize the potential benefits of moving data and applications to the cloud.
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DAILY VIDEO: Zuckerberg pokes fun at himself, touts new apps at F8, and Samsung adds more storage to its flagship Galaxy S9, S9+ phones.
The company’s Stackdriver Kubernetes Cluster Monitoring tool will make it easier to monitor cluster-based app environment for performance issues.
At KubeCon EU 2018, vendors big and small announced new and improved services that help to further enable Kubernetes deployments.