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One Service Mesh To Tie Google Anthos Together

Public clouds bring a lot of advantages to enterprises, such as more flexibility and scalability for their many of their workloads, a way to avoid expensive capital costs by using someone else’s infrastructure and having someone else manage it all, and the ability to pay only for the resources they use.

One Service Mesh To Tie Google Anthos Together was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Dell EMC’s PowerMax is Now All NVM-Express, Persistent Storage

When Dell EMC more than a year ago introduced the PowerMax storage array as the successor to the company’s all-flash VMAX offerings, the company touted the system’s readiness to leverage the NVM-Express (NVMe) protocol and, more importantly, its ability to serve as a gateway to NVMe-over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) and storage-class memory (SCM), both of which would address the growing demand for better performance and latency.

Dell EMC’s PowerMax is Now All NVM-Express, Persistent Storage was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

VMware’s Head – And Future – Is In The Clouds

More than a decade ago, VMware and its new server virtualization technology represented  significant threat to traditional OEMs like Dell, IBM, and Hewlett-Packard (now Hewlett Packard Enterprise) who were selling their boxes to enterprises that had to over-provision the systems they were bringing into make sure there was enough compute capacity to handle the biggest spikes in demand over the course of the year.

VMware’s Head – And Future – Is In The Clouds was written by Jeffrey Burt at .

With Rome, AMD Will Build Off Momentum For Naples Epyc Chips

AMD had been down this road before. In 2003, the chip maker launched the “SledgeHammer” Opteron, the first 64-bit X86 server processor with backward compatibility to its 32-bit predecessors that came at a time when much larger rival Intel was still pumping up Itanium as the next-generation architecture – and its only 64-bit option.

With Rome, AMD Will Build Off Momentum For Naples Epyc Chips was written by Jeffrey Burt at .

Composability Melts Into Rack Servers

For enterprises that want to take their compute, storage and networking, create fluid pools of datacenter resources and then use software to deploy and use them as needed, Hewlett Packard Enterprise for the past few years have offered them its Synergy composable appliances that include all that hardware capabilities as well as software like OneView for IT management.

Composability Melts Into Rack Servers was written by Jeffrey Burt at .

HPE To Sell Every Product As A Service By 2022

The public cloud has given enterprises a taste of infrastructure that is highly agile and scalable, that is deployed and managed by someone else and that can be paid for based on the resources use, and now they increasingly are looking for tech vendors to give them a similar experience with their on-premises and hybrid cloud environments.

HPE To Sell Every Product As A Service By 2022 was written by Jeffrey Burt at .

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