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NETWORKING NEWS: The "Casablanca" release of ONAP (Open Networking Automation Platform) contains new features to enable 5G management, cross-carrier networking and automation, as well as new resources to ease deployment and integration of the platform.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH: Liqid's PCIe Fabric and Intel Optane software bridge the gap between SSD and DRAM in supercharging industry-leading solid-state package for memory-centric workloads.
eWEEK DEEP DIVE, PART II: Oracle has launched a new consulting platform called Soar, which the company contends is the world’s first automated cloud migration offering. This will serve as the basis for much of its innovation in the future, CEO Mark Hurd tells eWEEK.
INDUSTRY RESEARCH: Gartner analysts on Dec. 4 presented these findings during the Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations and Cloud Strategies Conference, which continues through Dec. 6 in Las Vegas.
NEWS ANALYSIS: It seems that Marriott was doing pretty much everything right when it discovered an ongoing breach, but it may still pay massive penalties.
DAILY VIDEO: HPE expands its Composable platform to Include cloud fabric, and Microsoft updates its Quantum Development Kit for chemistry research.
INDUSTRY RESEARCH: In its latest Visual Networking Index (VNI), Cisco Systems predicts that by 2022, more IP traffic will cross global networks than in all prior internet years combined. That's, um, quite a load of traffic.
CLOUD DEVELOPMENT: The modular architecture of HPE Synergy provides a choice of network interconnects and storage options, including SAN-based storage, direct-attach, IP-based and software-defined storage. In addition, it enables acceleration of DevOps initiatives, allowing IT to provision...
IT SCIENCE CASE STUDY: MetroStar Systems, a leading provider of IT services and consulting primarily to government agencies, was under executive direction to reduce its Amazon Web Services bill. When it discovered Turbonomic, its problems were solved.
Expect more “digital workers” while CIOs focus less on the day-to-day and more on digital transformation in 2019. These are just a couple of predictions Forrester is making about the coming year.
Anticipating that robots will emerge as their "office buddies," young people in the "Generation Z" demographic will seek out employers who bring the "latest/greatest" tech tools to the workplace.