Cloud Infrastructure


  • Walmart, Microsoft Forge Deeper Bond – And Stronger Bulwark Against AWS
    The retail giant will leverage advanced Microsoft cloud services to build out its e-commerce capabilities over the next five years, replatforming hundreds of apps with cloud-native architectures and leveraging AI
  • Amazon Says Prime Day Glitches Not Related To AWS
    Outages marred Amazon's biggest e-commerce promotion on Monday, but sales still broke records. The cloud division was not to blame, according to the company.
  • Microsoft Channel Chief: Booming Azure Growth Driven By Partners
    Microsoft is crediting its record cloud growth to its partner base, and partners say that Microsoft's 2018 channel reorganization, program and incentive changes, and focus on value-added services is paying off.
  • Amazon's Website Goes Haywire On Prime Day
    The outage was reported four minutes into the e-commerce giant's largest sales promotion. But it doesn't appear other AWS services are affected for customers of the company's cloud division.
  • Capitalizing On The Multi-Cloud Environment
    The growing adoption of public cloud infrastructure and the shift of data from on-premise to off-premise means customers can no longer rely on a single cloud environment to manage their data.
  • Pentagon Says JEDI Cloud Contract RFP Coming Soon
    The looming multi-billion dollar contract is sparking bitter fighting within the industry, as an alliance of tech powerhouses complain the requirements appear tilted in favor AWS
  • DataDirect Networks Throws Lifeline To Tintri With Buyout Offer
    The acquisition, which would give DDN a high-performance, VMware-aware all-flash storage business, would be its second acquisition in under a month after it acquired Intel's Lustre file system business.
  • IBM's New FlashSystem 9100 All-NVMe Flash Storage Comes Loaded
    IBM's latest entry in the all-flash storage array business is aimed at performance thanks to its end-to-end NVMe architecture, and includes software that the company said will make it the center of a hybrid on-premises and multi-cloud infrastructure.
  • Google Cloud COO Diane Bryant Out After Seven-Month Stint
    Google Cloud COO and former Intel leader Diane Bryant has left the company, Google confirmed Tuesday. The longtime tech executive could be considered as Intel's next CEO.
  • Micro Focus Will Sell Off Linux Developer SUSE For $2.5B
    Micro Focus, struggling after a merger with HPE software, looks to refocus its business by divesting from the German open source Linux and cloud software developer
  • Dell Confirms Deal To Go Public In VMware Tracking Stock Share Swap
    'I am proud to lead this great company into its next chapter as we continue to evolve and grow to the benefit of our customers, partners, investors and team members,' says Dell founder and Chairman Michael Dell.
  • CRN Exclusive: C Spire Buys MSP Super Power TekLinks
    The blockbuster deal creates a creates a nationwide end to end, hybrid IT enterprise power that can design, implement and deliver a full suite of IT services both on and off premises, wired and wireless, public and private cloud.

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