AI generates a lot of answers and saves a lot of time, but it’s too often incomplete or untrustworthy.
Enterprises seem to recognise that the flexibility and other benefits of cloud (machine learning, IaaS) are even more critical in uncertain times.
The decision to cut people who built the foundation that supports Google’s open source and cloud successes seems incredibly shortsighted.
Data by itself isn’t very useful. Data only becomes useful as it’s understood and as it infuses application experiences.
Enterprises will never be single-vendor IT shops. Cloud providers and other technology vendors that don’t play well with competitive products are harming their customers.
One year after the Log4j disaster, open source community efforts and new developer toolchains are addressing the challenges of software supply chain security.
After what struck me as a relatively dry spell of product announcements in 2021, AWS spent re:Invent 2022 launching a host of new services.
AWS may disappoint die-hard proponents of open source, multi-cloud, and serverless. But it’s open enough, multi-cloud enough, and serverless enough for customers.
The open source alternative to Twitter is forgetting the customer experience in its rush to make a political statement about decentralisation.
With the global economy in meltdown, you might think it’s time to hunker down with your private data centre, bringing workloads back from the cloud to save money.
To survive and even thrive through this downturn, Microsoft offers some lessons. Yes, I’m talking about “embrace and extend,” among other things.
The cloud is starting to leak some rain. But with recession at the gates and cloud growth slowing, the big three cloud vendors still find ways to succeed.
It’s hard to compete with easy. PostgreSQL has a lot of great qualities, but being easy to use seals the deal for companies and consultants.
Cloud skills are complicated and in high demand. Smart enterprises need a practical approach to the staffing shortage, and smart employees need multi-cloud skills.
Creating an open cloud ecosystem has moved Google Cloud into a position of power. But the vendor's ambitious goals may be difficult to deliver.