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For Q2 2018, revenue came in at $19.3 billion, down about $800 million from two quarters ago, but profitability is still proving elusive.
One Hybrid Cloud now enables three new use cases for enterprise customers with the flexibility to migrate workloads from any source to data center environments.
By letting Alexa and Cortana talk to one another, Amazon and Microsoft may have shifted the voice-enabled AI and ecommerce development into high gear.
NEWS ANALYSIS: By allowing their Cortana and Alexa digital assistants to talk to each other put Microsoft and Amazon at the top of the heap when it comes to voice-activated artificial intelligence.
Cruise Control and Kafka work hand in hand. As Kafka users specify performance goals, Cruise Control monitors server clusters for violations of these goals, analyzes the existing workload and automatically executes changes.
This holiday shopping season, Microsoft's hardware partners will stock shelves with headsets and Windows PCS to tempt people who haven't started exploring virtual reality.
The new additions, which extend to Apple Watch, are designed to help enterprises connect previously siloed data stores, cloud services and mobile management platforms.
Open-source Project Kubo is now getting full enterprise support, bringing Cloud Foundry's BOSH lifecycle management capabilities to the Kubernetes container orchestration platform.
Virtualization king releases updates software for managing, securing, monitoring and automating applications in single and multiple cloud systems.
After two years of effort, VMware's Project Goldilocks reaches generally availability, providing a new way to secure virtual applications.
After months of development with Docker Community Edition releases, Docker Enterprise Edition 17.06 is now generally available.
NEWS ANALYSIS: AWS is now a member of the open-source effort that is building Kubernetes, but that doesn't necessarily mean that Amazon will launch its own Kubernetes service.