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Why VMware Bought the Network Monitoring Startup Nyansa

Source:-datacenterknowledge.com VMware’s recent acquisition of AI-powered network analytics startup Nyansa strengthens its network monitoring and management capabilities, but the startup’s technology also beefs up VMware’s broader, strategic efforts to help customers automate IT operations, analysts say. VMware said it was buying Nyansa in January. The Palo Alto, California-based startup is behind Voyance, a cloud-based network analytics system that provides network visibility and, using machine learning, detects problems and anomalies and recommends potential fixes to improve network and application performance. Related:

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Five Surprising Ways Enterprises Are Putting Kubernetes To Work

Source:-forbes.com About five years have passed since Google handed over control of Kubernetes, its open-source container management platform, to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Since then, Kubernetes has quickly become the leading container orchestration solution on the market. A 2019 survey that our company conducted with Aqua Security revealed 87% of respondents were running applications in containers, with nearly 90% of them running them in production. While Kubernetes has become the de facto standard for orchestrating applications in containers, the

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HeleCloud CEO: People thought AWS managed everything for them, but they’re waking up to the reality

Source:-tech.newstatesman.com HeleCloud is an Amazon Web Services (AWS)-only systems integrator and managed services provider (MSP), with offices in London and in the Netherlands, as well as an engineering camp in Sofia, Bulgaria. The company has two sides to its business – the professional services side and a managed services side. CEO and co-founder Dob Todorov explains that the company provides cloud managed services as a “24-7 highly automated operation, which allows support for mission critical applications on the AWS platform”.

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Three Keys to Successful AI Adoption

Source:-devops.com Over the past several years, we have begun to see the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) in businesses. According to a study for the AI Index 2019 Annual Report, more than half of respondents report their companies are using AI in at least one function or business unit. Thirty percent report they have AI embedded across multiple areas of their business. As businesses continue to develop their understanding of what is possible with AI, we can expect to see

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The three keys to a successful, data-driven 2020

Source:-gigabitmagazine.com It won’t come as a surprise to anyone that data growth is on the up, but what may be less widely known is that the places where data is being generated are starting to change rapidly. Businesses will start to see how more of their data is being produced in the cloud or the edge, rather than in traditional data centres. The main impact of this will be on how these businesses analyse and understand their data in these

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FUTURE PREDICTIONS AND SCOPE OF EDGE COMPUTING IN 2020

Source:-analyticsinsight.net As edge computing has emerged out as a new approach to network architecture that eliminates the drawbacks of traditional cloud computing, certain reports have predicted its evident growth in the coming years. According to a report, the total edge computing market size is expected to grow from US$ 2.8 billion in 2019 to US$ 9.0 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 26.5 percent during the forecast period. As for its short term commitments, edge computing will see a

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2019: Recap On Tech Updates That Made Headlines

Source:-expresscomputer.in Bringing into focus the good things that came out of 2019 in the IT sector that can make you look forward to 2020 with more excitement! The phenomenon of year end blues is a real thing and psychology accounts for it. A rush of winter breeze, bunch of holidays, family visits and decoration would be contributors to lightening your mood but sometimes, the opposite happens. Psychology reasons this with factors such as less sunlight, fear of ending the year

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AWS SageMaker’s new machine learning IDE isn’t ready to win over data scientists

Source:-venturebeat.com AWS SageMaker, the machine learning brand of AWS, announced the release of SageMaker Studio, branded an “IDE for ML,” on Tuesday. Machine-learning has been gaining traction and, with its compute-heavy training workloads, could prove a decisive factor in the growing battle over public cloud. So what does this new IDE mean for AWS and the public cloud market? First, the big picture (skip below for the feature by feature analysis of Studio): It’s no secret that SageMaker’s market share

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The New Paradoxes of the Cloud Computing World

Source:-forbes.com Sometimes the greatest truths make no sense. That’s not just a paradox, it’s also the definition of one. Here is a list of paradoxes about the modern world of technology and work. Besides providing work-type entertainment, this list is intended to make a larger point about contending with the great technological changes of our time: When you’re in a landscape of technological novelty as dramatically different as ours is from even the recent past (Pocket computer smartphones! Cloud computing!

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Tracking Google Cloud at RSNA 2019

Source:-aithority.com The 105th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) kicked off on December 1, 2019, at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. We are tracking leading AI and Machine Learning, Cloud Computing and Automation companies participating at RSNA 2019. In the week-long event, Google Cloud is one of the major attractions. The leader in Cloud computing technologies is showcasing its Cloud expertise for the Healthcare and Life Sciences industry. Recommended: 13 Tips For Conquering

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