We compare the hybrid cloud solutions from the big three public cloud providers and beyond.
Stories by Scott Carey
The popular platform-as-a-service Cloud Foundry still requires plenty of work, expertise and organisational culture change if users are to really reap the benefits it promises.
VMware recently reached an agreement to acquire fellow Dell EMC family member Pivotal, the vendor it helped spin out back in 2012.
Last week the two vendors announced a deep integration, allowing customers to run virtualised workloads on Google Cloud Platform.
IBM has been tweaking the AI-powered highlight picking algorithm it deploys during the Wimbledon tennis championships this year.
Major League Baseball had to drastically reconfigure the physical stadium and needed to import the communications and technology infrastructure.
Now that all of the major public cloud providers have a clearly defined hybrid cloud solution on the market we can start to compare.
Just a week after Google Cloud acquired analytics software company Looker for US$2.6 billion, Salesforce acquired Tableau for US$15.7 billion.
The FA has entered a long-term technology partnership with Google Cloud to centralise the data it holds on footballers across all levels of the game.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is reinvesting the money saved on employee travel as part of a broader shift towards "commercial thinking".
The service mesh is rounding into maturity in 2019, with all of the major cloud providers offering a means for developers to unify traffic flow management.
SAP founder Dr Hasso Plattner said that there was board-level resistance to the $8 billion acquisition of SaaS company Qualtrics last year.
Spanish travel giant Amadeus has moved its core Master Pricer application to the Google Cloud Platform, in the first step of an ambitious cloud migration strategy.
After being acquired for $8 billion, Qualtrics is now part of SAP, but how do their platforms align and what does the ideal customer of both look like?
The giant bank is pushing its IT culture towards cloud and devops, but getting the tooling right is key, according to digital platform devops engineer Richard Dalton.