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Amazon Web Services vs IBM Cloud: Compare top cloud migration tools

Tech Republic

Amazon Web Services and IBM Cloud are both viable cloud migration options. The post Amazon Web Services vs IBM Cloud: Compare top cloud migration tools appeared first on TechRepublic.

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IBM acquires container services provider BoxBoat

Venture Beast

IBM says that it has acquired cloud services and containerized apps provider BoxBoat for an undisclosed sum. Read More.

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IBM details the Power E1080, its next-gen server

Venture Beast

IBM's new E1080 server delivers better performance and security-focused features than its predecessor, the company says. Read More.

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IBM acquires Bluetab to expand hybrid cloud service offerings

Venture Beast

IBM has acquired Bluetab, a global enterprise software and technical services company, for an undisclosed amount. Read More.

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IBM finds cloud credentials sell for mere dollars in ‘booming’ dark web market

Venture Beast

IBM researchers uncovered 30,000 cloud accounts for sale on the dark web and found the ways in which enterprises are open to attack. Read More.

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Why IBM believes Confidential Computing is the future of cloud security

Venture Beast

IBM is pushing Confidential Computing as a new security standard to convince companies to put more core functions and sensitive data in the cloud. Read More.

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Can IBM Chairman and CEO Arvind Krishna make the elephant dance again

CTOvision

Critics of IBM say the American tech icon went the hybrid cloud way because it lost the fight to become a public cloud hyper-scaler to Amazon Web Services and Microsoft. News IBM Palantir Palantir Technologies

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Public cloud security ‘just barely adequate,’ experts say

Venture Beast

Cloud Enterprise Security VB Home Page AWS Azure category-/Computers & Electronics/Computer Security category-/Internet & Telecom/Web Services cloud security Google Cloud IBM Cloud multicloud Oracle Cloud

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Amazon Web Services posts record $13.5B in *profits* for 2020 in Andy Jassy’s AWS swan song

GeekWire

Amazon Web Services, the cloud computing giant led by the now-future Amazon CEO , closed out 2020 with more than $13.5 Overall spending on cloud infrastructure services rose 32% to nearly $40 billion in the fourth quarter, according to the Canalys market research firm.

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Oracle OpenWorld 2015: Ellison Disses IBM, SAP as ‘Nowhere in the Cloud’

Data Center Knowledge

Says Oracle competes with Amazon Web Services in the cloud and "never sees IBM" Read More. Shared

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AppDirect Raises $35 Million, IBM Acquires Silverpop

Data Center Knowledge

Cloud services brokerage company AppDirect raises $35 million to continue its rapid growth in the market, IBM adds to its enterprise marketing portfolio by acquiring Silverpop, and Amazon Web Services launches the next generation of EC2 Memory-optimized instances. Amazon Cloud Computing IBM appdirect

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IBM Cognos: Established Business Intelligence Player

CTOvision

It was acquired by IBM in 2008 and is now referred to as the IBM Cognos platform. While still considered by many to be associated with the legacy technology world, IBM has been investing in improving Cognos and we regard it as a function worth tracking. The IBM Cognos platform is advertised as providing users with the business intelligence and performance management content they need to understand what is needed to improve business and achieve better results.

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IBM versus Amazon – The Cloud War?

Eric D. Brown

I just read Why IBM Will Win the War With Amazon Web Services over on CIO.com and felt the need to publish my own thoughts. In that article, the author writes the following regarding the IBM vs Amazon war: IBM is gearing up for war. Since Amazon is mucking around in IBM’s space, the folks in Armonk should have the positional advantage. IBM is honed in, once again, on proving this well tested theory.

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New IBM Cloud Ad Campaign Targets Competitor Amazon

Data Center Knowledge

Targeting Amazon Web Services as its competition, IBM wants to remind the public that its cloud hosts 270,000 more websites than AWS. This is part of IBM’s new online and print campaign that singles out AWS. Shared

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AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium 5-7 May 2015 at Baltimore Convention Center

CTOvision

Sponsors include a broad range of companies, such as IBM, Cisco, Intel, Leidos, BAE, Solarwinds, Symantec, NES, Informatica, and Teradata. Exhibitors include Napatech, which will be demonstrating their new Pandion appliance, as well as Amazon Web Services, AMU, Brocade, Carahsoft, Firemon, General Dynamics, Fire Eye, Informatica, KeyW, NetApp, Palo Alto Networks, Raytheon, SAP, Splunk, Verisign, Windstream, Riverbed, Red Hat, Harris, and CA Technologies. Military Services.

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DBaaS: The Next Killer App for Cloud Services

CTOvision

As public and private cloud adoption continues to skyrocket, it’s becoming more and more clear that Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) is hugely important to users. DBaaS is the next killer app for cloud services. As an example, consider that DynamoDB from AWS was, after only five months in production, the fastest growing AWS service all the way back in 2012. By Matt’s estimation, DBaaS services based on MySQL will grow at a CAGR of 81% from 2012 to 2016.

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IBM, Pivotal Team to Boost CloudFoundry » Data Center Knowledge

Data Center Knowledge

Cloud Computing » IBM. IBM, Pivotal Team to Boost CloudFoundry. IBM, Pivotal Team to Boost CloudFoundry. Continuing to sharpen its focus on enterprise cloud computing, IBM is joining forces with Pivotal to support CloudFoundry, the versatile platform as a service (PaaS) framework that allows developers to build applications that can run on multiple clouds. IBM Pledges Full Support for CloudFoundry. IBM is a governance shop. About DCK.

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TikTok's Algorithm and AI Tech Are Now up for Sale

GizModo VR

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The box is open: AWS Center for Quantum Computing is definitely alive at Caltech

GeekWire

The research done at Caltech will feed into Amazon Web Services’ in-house hardware development effort, and into its partnerships with IonQ, Rigetti and D-Wave Systems for the cloud-based Amazon Braket quantum computing service.

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AWS opens up its Amazon Braket platform as ‘launch pad’ for quantum computing

GeekWire

Eight months after unveiling its Amazon Braket quantum computing platform , Amazon Web Services says the cloud-based service is officially open for business. Google AI Quantum and the IBM Q Network take advantage of quantum processors that have been developed in-house.

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Forrester 2019 Enterprise BI Platform Waves ™ Research Update

Forrester's Customer Insights

advanced analytics analytics applications big data business intelligence predictive analytics 1010data Amazon Web Services Birst Domo IBM Information Builders Looker microsoft MicroStrategy OpenText Oracle Qlik salesforce SAP SAS Sisense Tableau Software ThoughtSpot TIBCO Software YellowfinForrester has just published 2019 refresh of out Enterprise Business Intelligence (BI) Platforms Waves ™. As the BI market and the technology continue to evolve, so does our research.

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CloudSigma Joins Short List of Canonical-Certified Ubuntu Cloud Providers

Data Center Knowledge

Others in the group are Amazon Web Services, IBM SoftLayer, HP, VMware, and Joyent Read More. Cloud Computing

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Defense in Depth: Protecting the Organization’s Data

CTOvision

The shift toward mobile technology and cloud-based services has slowed PKI’s already low rate of adoption. The Smartcrypt Platform consists of an end-user application and a web-based manager console. The web-based administration console includes granular controls for configuration, policy, and approval management. This approach also allows users to exchange sensitive information through cloud services or protocols like email and FTP that provide little security on their own.

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Competition for the Cloud Heats Up : spf13.com

SPF13

For years cloud computing has been synonymous with Amazon whose Amazon Web Services really created and defined the space. Rackspace has always been about service as their competitive advantage. Also entering the field are many of the tech giants including HP , who has really invested in their cloud offering with their Instant On service. IBM is all in, competing on the Paas, SaaS and IaaS fronts. Amazon Web Services. by Steve Francia. talks.

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Announcing The Forrester Wave™: AI/ML Platforms, Q3 2022

Forrester Digital Transformation

To help enterprises decide which AI/machine-learning (ML) platform to invest in, Forrester evaluated vendor platforms offered by Amazon Web Services, C3 AI, Cloudera, Databricks, Dataiku, DataRobot, Google, H2O.ai, IBM, Microsoft, Palantir, RapidMiner, RStudio, […].

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Cloud-Enabled Robots Scamper From Amazon to SoftLayer

Data Center Knowledge

When the Open Source Robotics Foundation (OSRF) ran into trouble with the speed of its server communication, it left Amazon Web Services for SoftLayer''s bare metal cloud. Cloud Computing IBM OSRF Making virtual robots race around the cloud is harder than you might think.

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Tech Moves: Starbucks names new CFO as pandemic fuels mobile ordering; Panopto adds IBM exec; F5’s new security leader; and more

GeekWire

Seattle-based video platform Panopto hired former IBM executive Dave Neway as VP of marketing. He was most recently head of marketing for IBM Watson advertising. based financial services provider First Federal appointed Jennifer Bolton as SVP and senior director of digital marketing.

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Big clouds aren't always the right fit for small businesses

Computerworld Vertical IT

Usually, when it comes to a business cloud decision, you're going to go with one of the big players: Amazon Web Services (AWS) , Google Cloud Services , IBM Cloud , or Microsoft Azure. You know their names. But the bigger clouds aren't always suitable for everyone or every job. For example, with hyperscale clouds, it's effortless to get locked into a particular cloud. To read this article in full, please click here

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Expanding the Cloud ? Introducing AWS Marketplace - All Things.

All Things Distributed

Today Amazon Web Services launched AWS Marketplace , an online store that makes it easy for you to find, buy, and immediately start using software and services that run on the AWS Cloud. Marketplace has software listings from well-known vendors including 10gen, CA, Canonical, Couchbase, Check Point Software, IBM, Microsoft, SAP, Zend, and others, as well as many widely used open source offerings including Wordpress, Drupal, and MediaWiki. All Things Distributed.

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Forrester Predictions: Ten Key Developments In Cloud Computing Shape The Industry In 2017

Forrester IT

Cloud platforms from the global megacloud providers like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, IBM, Google, Salesforce, Oracle, Centurylink and SAP will set the pace, accelerating adoption of private cloud and hosted private cloud as well. I'm pleased to announce that Forrester's cloud computing predictions for 2017 published this morning! Check out Predictions 2017: Customer-Obsessed Enterprises Launch Cloud's Second Decade.

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Forrester Predictions: Ten Key Developments In Cloud Computing Shape The Industry In 2017

Forrester IT

Cloud platforms from the global megacloud providers like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, IBM, Google, Salesforce, Oracle, Centurylink and SAP will set the pace, accelerating adoption of private cloud and hosted private cloud as well. I'm pleased to announce that Forrester's cloud computing predictions for 2017 published this morning! Check out Predictions 2017: Customer-Obsessed Enterprises Launch Cloud's Second Decade.

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Forecasting In Uncertainty: What Q1 2020 Vendor Earnings Tell Us About The Tech Market Outlook

Forrester's Customer Insights

IBM, Manhattan Associates, and SAP reported last week, as did Infosys, TCS, and Wipro. This week, we have earnings reports from Alphabet (Google Cloud), Amazon Web Services, Cerner, Citrix, Microsoft, PTC, PegaSystems, ServiceNow, and Unisys among others.

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Tech Moves: Flexport hires Microsoft CVP; Avalara adds chief revenue officer; and more

GeekWire

Carlson also spent more than a decade at Amazon Web Services, and joined Splunk in 2021 as president and chief growth officer. She was most recently a general manager at Varicent, and spent more than two decades at IBM.

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Google and Microsoft promise billions to help bolster US cybersecurity

The Verge

Amazon plans to offer a multi-factor authentication device to all Amazon Web Services account holders for free and to make all of the company’s employee security awareness training available to the public at no cost. Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images.

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Open-source oriented RISELab emerges at UC Berkeley to make apps smarter & more secure

Network World

The RISELab (Real-time Intelligence with Secure Execution) is backed by a slew of big name tech and financial firms: Amazon Web Services, Ant Financial, Capital One, Ericsson, GE Digital, Google, Huawei, Intel, IBM, Microsoft and VMWare. UC Berkeley on Monday launched a five-year research collaborative dubbed RISELab that will focus on enabling apps and machines that can interact with the environment around them securely and in real-time.

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Structure Conference to take place November 8 – 9 in San Francisco

CTOvision

Raejeanne Skillern, VP Data Center Group, GM Cloud Service Provider Business, Intel. Matt Wood, Product Strategy, Amazon Web Services. Mac Devine, VP and CTO of Emerging Technology and Advanced Innovation, IBM Cloud Division, IBM. Bob Gourley. Industry leaders convene to discuss security and cloud computing at the ninth annual Structure Conference produced by Structure Events.

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Amazon and Microsoft deny using Flickr pics for facial recognition, as suits test limits of privacy law

GeekWire

A sample diagram released by IBM in 2019, illustrating the biometric markers available to researchers in its Diversity in Faces dataset, which was assembled using images uploaded by Flickr users under Creative Commons licenses.

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Software Defined, Cloud, Bulk and Object Storage Fundamentals

Storage IO Blog

There are various types of cloud, bulk and object storage including public services such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) Simple Storage Service (S3), Google, Microsoft Azure, IBM Softlayer, Rackspace among many others. There are also solutions for hybrid and private deployment from Cisco, DDN, Dell EMC, Fujitsu, HDS, HPE, IBM, NetApp, Noobaa, OpenStack, Quantum, Rackspace, Scality, Seagate, Spectra, Storpool, Suse, Swift and WD among others.

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The $10B Cloud Contract No One Saw Coming

SecureWorld News

Just this week, the National Security Administration (NSA) has awarded a secret cloud computing contract to Amazon Web Services, estimated to be worth up to $10 billion. AWS, Microsoft, Google, Oracle and IBM were also included in this contract. As the U.S.

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Truly Useful Artificial Intelligence Tools You Can Use Today

CTOvision

IBM is also investing heavily in AI, with Watson the most famous result. Most of these firms seem to be on one of two paths: Success, which will mean being acquired by Facebook, Apple, Microsoft or IBM, or failure, which will see them acquired by the same firms for their talent. This part of the market is very likely going to take off, since open source platforms and open cloud API's and services like Prediction.io Delegates requests to web services powered by Google.

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Tech Moves: OfferUp names new CTO; Amazon data center leader departs; and more

GeekWire

Minarik joined Amazon in 2005, prior to the launch of Amazon Web Services, and was most recently the head of global data center supply. Bloomberg reports Microsoft is accelerating efforts to make its own chips for its cloud computing services and, possibly, its line of Surface devices.

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Fed Tech News Roundup 9 July 2015

CTOvision

The following are some of the hot topics in the federal technology ecosystem (from FedTechTicker.com and TopTechTicker.com ): AWS Announces New API Gateway Service TechCrunch (Today) - Amazon Web Services announced a new product today called Amazon API Gateway, designed to simplify creation and management of APIs. Today, many companies want to give access to back-end services to. Close up of IBM 7nm node test chip. IBM Research.

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Slack partners with Amazon to take on Microsoft Teams

The Verge

The deal comes just as Slack faces increased competition from Microsoft Teams, and it will also see Slack migrate its voice and video calling features over to Amazon’s Chime platform alongside a broader adoption of Amazon Web Services (AWS). Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge.

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