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HPE Is Exiting the Cloud Server Business

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise is getting out of the cloud server business. That means it will no longer sell low-end “commodity” servers to large cloud computing customers like Microsoft. 584 more words


Exclusive: This Startup Just Nabbed $5 Million to Solve a Thorny Software Problem

Backplane, a startup that says it can help companies manage the complex software deployments of the cloud computing era, now has $5 million in seed funding—and a service it says can ease the headaches of deploying new-age software. 462 more words


Microsoft Claims Another Cloud Win as Symantec Moves Onto Azure

Symantec, a security software specialist, is turning to Microsoft’s public cloud in an effort to cut its own data center costs. The news was disclosed by Microsoft early Monday. 548 more words


Auldhouse launches nationwide AWS certification courses

Auldhouse is excited to announce that we are launching courses in Amazon Web Services (AWS) from November.

This means New Zealand IT professionals and service providers can now get training in the world’s leading cloud infrastructure platform from the training provider they’ve have known and trusted for over 25 years. 307 more words

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AWS Concepts

As part of preparing for AWS Solution Architect i started working on developing my skills around the Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a first step I started going through the AWS Concepts to understand how things work in the amazon world and i thought i will share as i learn. 565 more words


China's Alibaba and U.S.-Based Red Hat Ink Global Software Deal

Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce and cloud computing giant, will start selling Red Hat’s business software globally, the two companies said late Wednesday.

Many Fortune 500 companies run Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating systems on their own servers. 256 more words


Next-Generation Managed Services are Self-Service

The traditional managed services provider (MSP) model is broken and needs disruption. The next-generation managed services model is about guiding customers in a self-service manner. 1,556 more words

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