Category: Platform as a service (PaaS)

Platform as a service (PaaS), Service Models, Software as a service (SaaS)

Oracle Buys

May 16, 2018

Via: Cloud Tweaks

ADDS LEADING DATA SCIENCE PLATFORM TO THE ORACLE CLOUD, ENABLING CUSTOMERS TO FULLY UTILIZE MACHINE LEARNING Oracle today announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire, whose platform centralizes data science tools, projects and infrastructure in a fully-governed […]

Cloud clients, Platform as a service (PaaS), Service Models

Oracle Delivers Next Set of Autonomous Cloud Platform Services

May 7, 2018

Via: Cloud Tweaks

EXPANDS SCOPE OF AUTONOMOUS CAPABILITIES WITH BUILT-IN AI AND MACHINE LEARNING IN ITS APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT, INTEGRATION, AND ANALYTICS SERVICES As part of its pledge to extend autonomous capabilities across its entire Cloud Platform, Oracle today announced the availability of Oracle […]

Platform as a service (PaaS), Service Models

Pivotal IPO Signals Cloud Foundry Opportunity

April 25, 2018

Via: Talkin' Cloud

Despite a selloff in technology shares, Pivotal Software’s IPO late last week couldn’t have come at a better time for proponents of Cloud Foundry, the platform-as-a-service (PaaS) technology and ecosystem the company seeded by contributing its base IP to the […]

Platform as a service (PaaS), Service Models

Docker Releases Enterprise Edition 2.0

April 17, 2018

Via: CRN

Docker released a major update to its container management platform Tuesday that introduces functionality to better support large enterprises building and deploying applications across diverse and distributed environments. Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0 extends the container pioneer’s strengths around operational efficiency […]

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), Platform as a service (PaaS), Service Models

Why a bare-metal cloud provider might be just what you need

March 28, 2018

Via: Network World Cloud Computing

Cloud services, particularly infrastructure- and platform-as-a-service, are well established, but in some cases customers demand more — more control, more access to hardware, more performance, and the ability to pick their own operating environment. In those cases, they are looking […]

Platform as a service (PaaS), Service Models

Dell EMC Expands Server Capabilities for Software-Defined, Edge and High-Performance Computing

February 26, 2018

Via: CompareTheCloud

Dell EMC announced three new servers designed for software-defined environments, edge and high-performance computing (HPC). The PowerEdge R6415, PowerEdge R7415 and PowerEdge R7425expand the 14th generation of the Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio with new capabilities to address the demanding workload requirements of today’s modern data centre. […]

Deployment Models, Platform as a service (PaaS), Private Cloud, Public Cloud, Service Models

Cisco says almost all workloads will be cloud based within 3 years

February 7, 2018

Via: Network World Cloud Computing

In its latest Cisco Global Cloud Index (2016-2021), the networking giant predicts that by 2021, 94 percent of all workloads will run in some form of cloud environment and that dedicated servers will be a distinct minority. That 94 percent […]

Platform as a service (PaaS), Service Models

Microsoft Joins Hot Open Source PaaS Project Cloud Foundry

August 30, 2017

Via: Talkin' Cloud

The Cloud Foundry Summit Silicon Valley opened in Santa Clara, California, today with announcements by the Cloud Foundry Foundation of a new certification for developers as well as a new member, Microsoft. Several years ago, news of Redmond shelling out […]

Platform as a service (PaaS), Service Models

Microsoft’s Docker Strategy: The Future of Windows Containers

April 25, 2017

Via: Data Center Knowledge

In case you haven’t noticed yet, Microsoft is placing a big bet on Docker containers. How does Microsoft see Docker fitting into the Windows world? Here’s an overview of Microsoft and Docker’s past, present and future. When Docker containers were […]

Platform as a service (PaaS), Service Models

Skytap launches new container management solution

April 11, 2017

Via: The Diversity Blog

It was only a handful of years ago that the only time the topic of containers came up were at obscure open source conferences or, more usually, when someone was looking for a place to put the bulk load of […]