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Building Software Bridges To Ensure Workload Portability

In these modern IT days – where the rapidly-evolving environment stretches from the datacenter to the cloud and edge, with a range of hyperscale cloud providers and myriad clusters to choose from – what is increasingly important when creating and running workloads is portability.

Building Software Bridges To Ensure Workload Portability was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

The Network Binds The Increasingly Distributed Datacenter

Before founding software-defined networking startup PlumGrid and then moving to VMware when it bought his company in 2016, Pere Monclus spent almost 12 years with Cisco Systems at a time when while much of enterprise networking was still in the corporate datacenter, the shift to network virtualization and the migration to the cloud were getting underway.

The Network Binds The Increasingly Distributed Datacenter was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Untether AI Pulls the Curtain Rope For Its Next-Gen Inferencing System

When we last focused on Untether AI in 2021, the AI inferencing hardware startup had just secured $125 million in funding, which came a year after the company officially launched with its first-generation runAI200 devices and its unique at-memory inferencing approach.

Untether AI Pulls the Curtain Rope For Its Next-Gen Inferencing System was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

More People Using More Data Means Wrestling With Exponential Complexity

If there is one job that system architects are always doing, it is to make highly complex data and the applications that chew on it easier to use, thus making that data more accessible to more people and more applications in an ever-expanding virtuous cycle.

More People Using More Data Means Wrestling With Exponential Complexity was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

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