Tag: Emerging Technology

Deployment Models, Hybrid Cloud

Diversify for Success: The Multi-Cloud Advantage

August 31, 2023

Via: Cloud Tweaks

WHAT IS MULTI-CLOUD? For good reason there is a lot of discussion about multi-cloud among enterprise data architects, CIO/CDOs, industry analysts and tech illuminati. But what is multi-cloud? The term suffers from ambiguity and misunderstanding that often plague emerging technology […]

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MLops is the hot new cloud computing career path

January 31, 2023

Via: InfoWorld

ClearML, an open source MLops platform announced its new research report: “MLOps in 2023: What Does the Future Hold?” This study polled 200 machine learning decision-makers in the United States, examining key trends in machine learning and MLops (machine learning […]

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A closer look at traditional solutions and cloud

April 8, 2022

Via: InfoWorld

Throughout my career, I’ve rarely fallen for the hype around emerging technologies. Historically, I’ve learned that it pays to take a skeptical approach and make sure the technology can prove its worth on its own. I pay attention, but I […]

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Cloud computing and the metaverse

March 8, 2022

Via: InfoWorld

Again, I’m writing about buzzwords I did not make up. Since the end of the last year, it’s been “the metaverse.” The core question to me as a cloud geek: What does the metaverse mean for cloud computing?First, it’s interesting […]

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The cloud as supercomputer

November 30, 2021

Via: InfoWorld

YellowDog, a cloud workload management specialist based in the United Kingdom, assembled a virtual supercomputer using many cloud-based servers. At its peak, which lasted about 10 minutes, the system had leveraged more than 3.2 million virtual CPUs. To be more […]

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Coming soon: Public blockchains for private business data

November 6, 2018

Via: Computerworld

Accounting and consultancy firm Ernst & Young (EY) has developed a public blockchain network for private business transactions and plans to launch it next year. Enterprise blockchains typically run on private or permissioned blockchains, which are centrally administered but invitation-only […]