Global Public Cloud Service Market 2019 – Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Adobe, VMware

Source:-themarketsegment.com A report on “Public Cloud Service Market Research Report 2018-2026” Added by Innovate Insights, provides a succinct analysis regarding the values and trends existing in the current business scenario. The study also offers a brief summary of market valuation, market size, regional outlook and profit estimations of the industry. Furthermore, the report examines the competitive sphere and growth strategies of leading players in the Public Cloud Service market are: Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Adobe, VMware, IBM

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Panzura Vizion.ai Attains VMware Partner Ready for VMware Cloud on AWS Validation

Source: finance.yahoo.com CAMPBELL, Calif., Sept. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ —Panzura, the leader in multi-cloud data services, today announced that its Vizion.ai platform has attained VMware Partner Ready for VMware Cloud on AWS validation. Vizion.ai enables enterprises to collect, visualize and analyze machine generated data across private, hybrid and multi-cloud environments using its serverless Elasticsearch platform. By validating the Vizion.ai platform with VMware Cloud on AWS and attaining the VMware Partner Ready for VMware Cloud on AWS logo, Panzura has tested and verified interoperability and can fully

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VMware finally decides Kubernetes and vSphere should share a room

Source:-zdnet.com The road is being paved for the world’s leading virtualization platform in the enterprise to transition to a system that not only runs Kubernetes, but runs on it. But it’s not the first road VMware has made for itself.Suppose Kubernetes was someone’s proprietary, commercial software platform ­­­­­­– hypothetically speaking, something created internally at a startup software company and then delivered to the data center community in a shrink-wrapped box with a minimum 50-user license fee. Now suppose, again hypothetically,

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Q&A: Intel reiterates its stance on multicloud, tips hat to VMware NSX

Source: siliconangle.com There is no cloud; it’s just someone else’s computer, as the saying goes. Cloud computing’s ethereal nature makes it easy to forget there’s real hardware down on the ground as software service models virtualize hardware management. But at soirees such as VMworld, the invisible comes to light as an ecosystem of storage and networking providers reiterate their role in modern, multicloud computing architectures. “We’ve been able to round out our platform capabilities from a solution perspective to bring

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DXC sets Origin Energy up for VMware Cloud on AWS

Source: arnnet.com.au Origin Energy has been leveraging its long standing relationship with DXC Technology to help achieve its 2022 ambition of shifting workloads into the cloud.  In a proof of concept (PoC), DXC’s vice president and general manager of VMware’s integrated practice Jeff Moyer said it had already begun moving roughly 100 workloads into the VMware Cloud (VMC) on AWS environment for the energy provider with “little to no impact or outage as they made that move”. Specifically the DXC

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Dell credits VMware for beating analyst expectations

Source: crn.com.au Dell Technologies beat financials analysts’ expectations for its second fiscal quarter of 2020 and attributed its success in the quarter to its wide technology portfolio and related innovation. VMware is bringing increasing benefits to Dell Technologies as a whole, said Jeff Clarke, vice chairman of products and operations for the company. Clarke, speaking to financial analysts during the company’s Tuesday financial conference call to discuss its second fiscal quarter 2020 results, said that Dell Technologies has an incredible

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VMware signals the end of ‘endpoint’ detection and response

Source: zdnet.com The acquisition of Carbon Black by VMware was a bit of a surprise to me, but once put into perspective, it makes sense. First, a few observations from a value perspective: Carbon Black brings a strong brand and technology that warranted a Leader position in my last Forrester Wave on the endpoint detection and response (EDR) space. Meanwhile, the company has been suffering as a public entity, with a stock price that has spent most of this year in the

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How VMware Leveraged Kubernetes For Its Cloud-Native And Multi-Cloud Strategy

Source: forbes.com If there is one key takeaway from VMware’s annual user conference, VMWorld, it is Kubernetes that’s becoming the front and center of the company’s product strategy. Every VMware executive I met emphasized on how the engineering teams are fully embracing the open source container management platform to build the next generation of vSphere.  Project Pacific bridges the gap between traditional vSphere-based VMs and modern Kubernetes-based clusters. VMware has done a brilliant job by embedding Kubernetes right into the core of

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Years in the making: Carbon Black is the capstone for VMware’s security business strategy

Source: siliconangle.com This article has been updated with an extended review of Carbon Black to reflect Tom Barsi’s selection as theCUBE’s Guest of the Week.) Don’t look now, but VMware Inc. has built a significant cybersecurity practice. The August acquisition of Carbon Black Inc. for $2.1 billion represented a major step forward for the network virtualization vendor’s security business, yet the seeds were sown long before that. The firm’s acquisition of AirWatch in 2014 gave it tools for mobile device

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At VMworld, VMware bets big on convergence of virtual machines and containers

Source: siliconangle.com VMware Inc. made a wide range of announcements this week that advance its competitive positioning in multicloud computing. One of those announcements stands out as a classic “bet the business” gambit: the “Project Pacific” core of the company’s forthcoming Tanzu Portfolio. Launched in the Day One keynote at VMworld 2019 in San Francisco, “Project Pacific” will embed Kubernetes into the control plane of a future release of vSphere, which is VMware’s flagship server virtualization platform. Specifically, Project Pacific will

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