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HPE acquires SimpliVity for $650M in cash

HPE today announced that it has acquired data management platform SimpliVity for $650 million in cash.

SimpliVity is one of the many companies in this space focused on what is often called “hyperconverged infrastructure.” That sounds like somebody’s buzzword — and it definitely is — but the core idea is pretty sound: hyperconverged systems combine compute, storage and networking into a single system. 269 more words


What's ahead for the Infrastructure as a Service market?

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is the most mature of all the cloud pillars and is offered by many providers.

With IaaS, providers rent out computer hardware — servers, network technology, storage and data center space — so that organizations don’t have to buy it and install it in their own data centers. 442 more words


Zoom video conferencing service raises $100 million from Sequoia on billion-dollar valuation

Zoom, the cloud video conferencing service, announced a $100 million Series D round, entirely funded by Sequoia. The company now boasts a $1 billion valuation, putting it in the vaunted unicorn club. 520 more words


What's New for Process Cloud Service 16.4.5

Learn More: More details on what’s new is available here. Learn more about Oracle Process Cloud Service at http://cloud.oracle.com/process

Want to try Process Cloud Service? 336 more words


The Web platform: 2016 technology of the year

We’re now seeing predictions about what’s going to be hot in enterprise technology in 2017. (In fact, CSC’s CTO Dan Hushon released his 2017 tech predictions… 473 more words


What's New for Oracle Integration Cloud Service Release 16.4.5

This release of Oracle Integration Cloud Service includes two new adapters (DB2 Adapter and Oracle Logistics Adapter) and enhancements to the REST Adapter, SOAP Adapter, FTP Adapter, and Salesforce Adapter. 177 more words


MOOC enrollment drops at HarvardX and MITx after free certifications disappear

An internal study of the massive open online courses (MOOCs) offered by Harvard and MIT shows a serious decline in the number of students choosing to enroll and certify via these internet-accessible classrooms. 457 more words