From the COVID-19 pandemic to the oil crisis and rising global unemployment, 2020 has been a trying year for many businesses.
The COVID-19 pandemic is hastening many companies’ ongoing migration to the cloud as organizations both small and large see their workforce turned into a well-distributed, stay-at-home army.
VC fund Runa Capital was launched with $135 million in 2010 and is perhaps best known for its investment into NGINX, which powers many web sites today.
In spite of being in the midst of a pandemic sowing economic uncertainty, one area that continues to thrive is cloud computing. Perhaps that explains why Microsoft, which saw Azure grow 59% in its most recent earnings report, announced plans to open a new data centre in New Zealand once it receives approval from the Overseas Investment Office.
Alibaba Cloud announced today that it will invest another RMB 200 billion (or about $28 billion) into its infrastructure over the next three years, prompted in part by increased demand for services like video conferencing and live streaming as businesses adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic.
I recently sat down with my friend and fellow analyst Daniel Newman, of Futurum Research, for a podcast discussion on some of the technology trends we expect to accelerate in the post-corona world.
In the battle against the COVID-19 coronavirus, we need all our weapons to defeat this enemy. And high-performance computing (HPC) may be one of the most valuable weapons.
Robert Enslin had worked for enterprise software giant SAP for 27 years, and was president of its cloud business group, until his resignation shocked the industry last April.
With each passing quarter, Amazon, Microsoft and Google have been setting new records, while cloud computing has become the invisible backbone supporting much of our daily lives. Its potential to become an even bigger part of people’s daily existence is sky-high.
Last Thursday, Datadog (DDOG) delivered especially strong Q4 results, providing solid proof that organizations of all sizes are increasingly selecting the company’s monitoring and analytics platform, with most of the demand associated with cloud environments.
Alibaba issued its latest earnings report yesterday, and the Chinese eCommerce giant reported that cloud revenue grew 62 percent to $1.5 billion U.S., crossing the RMB10 billion revenue threshold for the first time.
Google is restructuring its Cloud group internally, which will include eliminating some roles, a Google spokesperson confirmed to CNBC.
Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian is taking a page from the enterprise sales handbook against Amazon and Microsoft
Google Cloud is turning to a traditional enterprise sales model as it takes on front-runners Amazon and Microsoft: separate services by industry and go straight to c-suites.
A federal judge Thursday ordered a temporary block on the JEDI cloud contract, which was awarded to Microsoft, in response to a suit filed by Amazon. Shares of Microsoft fell on the news, while Amazon’s stock was down slightly.
WASHINGTON — Amazon is seeking to depose President Donald Trump, Defense Secretary Mark Esper and former Defense Secretary James Mattis over a $10 billion Pentagon cloud contract awarded to Microsoft.
Snowflake, a developer of cloud-based technology for storing and analyzing data, is now worth $12.4 billion, making it one of the most valuable venture-backed companies in Silicon Valley.