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By using their existing software-defined data center, VMware users will now be able to run container-based applications alongside existing virtual machine-based workloads in production without having to build out a separate, specialized container infrastructure stack.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Gartner executives speaking at its annual Data Center Infrastructure and Operations Conference say enterprises should start implementing digital transformation projects in 2018 or risk falling behind their competition.
eWEEK has collected some cogent observations from industry experts about how the cloud will evolve in 2018. Here are 12 of them.
New Apache Drill 1.11 query engine natively integrates with MapR-DB to provide analytics performance improvements for self-service business intelligence.
In the fall of 2018, Microsoft will begin an ambitious renovation project at its Redmond, Wash. headquarters.
The consumerization of IT is changing the needs of the modern business. For organizations to stay competitive, here are eight trends every CIO must stay on top of in 2018.
NEWS ANALYSIS: If one goes strictly by the numbers, which can be manipulated but do not lie, Whitman has had a successful reign in the big chair. The stock values of both HP Enterprise and HP Inc. have improved on her watch.
Industry analysts project that the enterprise collaboration market will balloon from $7 billion in 2015 to $49.51 billion by 2021. This is to say nothing of the unknown but substantial value of the shadow IT in the space.
The original creators of Apache Kafka are putting into action the company's expertise gained from managing large streaming environments.
There are dangers to organizations scaling too slowly or too fast. At the recent "Hyper-Scaling at Speed" event, executives shared tips on scaling quickly and efficiently.
So where does one begin to enact compliance with the coming GDPR? According to the senior product manager at email security firm Mimecast, the first step begins with archiving.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The FCC’s plans regarding net neutrality, set to be revealed in detail on Nov. 22, aren’t going to end net neutrality. What the FCC is planning to do is reverse the 2014 decision that placed the internet under Title II of the Communications Act.