Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Wednesday, November 25, 2020
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Cloud Effort Looks to ‘Turbocharge’ Telecom Networks

The convergence of cloud computing and high-bandwidth telecommunication networks has spawned an industry group to begin forging best practices for using cloud-native frameworks in telecom while defining cloud-native network ...Full Article

5G is Going Cloud Native

Cloud infrastructure vendors are lining to collaborate with telecommunications and network equipment partners to help roll out 5G services, aiming for what one public cloud vendor dubs “carrier-grade cloud.” ...Full Article

OpenShift Emerges as Focus of IBM Cloud Plans

The basis of IBM’s hybrid cloud strategy revolves around its assertion that about 80 percent of enterprise workloads have yet to migrate to the cloud. First articulated by ex-CEO ...Full Article

Security Threats Soar Along with Data Volumes

Lost data are costing organizations on average $1 million per month as data volumes soar and protecting stored data grows harder with the emergence of edge infrastructure handling AI ...Full Article

Culture, Underutilized Tools Hinder Cloud Deployments

Sufficient usage experience has emerged to better gauge how enterprise cloud deployments are faring and which tools are needed to leverage cloud agility to align developer operations to boost ...Full Article

Kubernetes Tools Provide a Java Upgrade

Microservices have evolved to the point where cloud-native development tools are now being referred to as Kubernetes-native—as in the de facto standard application container orchestrator. The reach of Kubernetes ...Full Article

Kubernetes Adds API, Windows Upgrades

As the de facto standard Kubernetes cluster orchestrator moves deeper into enterprise IT infrastructure, version updates are coming a faster pace. The third release in 2019 comes with a ...Full Article

Rackspace Fleshes Out Hybrid Cloud Offerings

Cloud vendors are increasingly focused on supporting legacy IT infrastructure as their customers shift to hybrid cloud deployments that include emerging microservices to deliver cloud-native applications. With those requirements ...Full Article

Enterprise Embrace of Open Source Quickens

There’s been much fretting among open-source developers over the past year as software giants like IBM and Microsoft have snapped up key pieces of that vibrant community. Widely seen as ...Full Article

JFrog Bolsters ‘Assembly Line’ with DevOps Deal

As enterprise demand grows for cloud-native and container-based developer tools, established players are beginning to snap up startups spawned by the transition to micro-services and application containers. The latest ...Full Article
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