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Getting The Cloud But Keeping Control

The public cloud for years has tempted enterprises with the promise of much-needed agility and scalability that come with an elastic IT environment and of cost savings from not having to invest a lot of money upfront to buy a lot of infrastructure, adopting instead more flexible consumption models that allow organizations to pay only for what they use.

Getting The Cloud But Keeping Control was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Xilinx Keeps Pushing Programmable Logic As It Awaits AMD Takeover

The top brass at FPGA maker Xilinx are not hosting calls with Wall Street because of the pending $35 billion acquisition of the company by AMD, so we are left to get our own insight out of the financial report and accompanying statement that Xilinx has released for its latest quarterly results.

Xilinx Keeps Pushing Programmable Logic As It Awaits AMD Takeover was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

Object Storage Makes A Push Into HPC

Four years ago, Cloudian was a six-year-old startup in an object storage space that, while the technology had been around for more than a decade, was seeing a surge of interest from cloud providers desperate for a storage architecture that only could scale to meet the demands of their rapidly growing datacenters, the massive amounts of data that was being generated and the need to be able to more easily move it between core on-premises datacenters and multiple cloud environments – and in the coming years the edge.

Object Storage Makes A Push Into HPC was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

OpenShifting The Hybrid Cloud Into High Gear

The cloud and the related edge already are rapidly influencing almost every aspect of IT, from the technology that is being adapted and created to how that technology is being consumed, as illustrated by the growing numbers of established hardware vendors – including Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Dell, and Cisco Systems – that now are offering more of their portfolio as services.

OpenShifting The Hybrid Cloud Into High Gear was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Arm Puts Some Muscle Into Future Neoverse Server CPU Designs

Arm is hosting its annual Tech Day shindig, virtually (again) thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, and is providing a lot more insight into the future Neoverse core and processor designs that will be adopted and modified by those who have a hankering to take on the hegemony of the X86 processor – which now includes pretty solid CPUs from Intel and AMD – in the datacenter and at the edge.

Arm Puts Some Muscle Into Future Neoverse Server CPU Designs was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

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