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Shocker! Amazon remains the top dog in cloud by far, but Microsoft, Google make strides

Amazon Web Services remains the king of cloud, according to Gartner’s latest research: In fact, the amount of computing power it is supplying customers is more than ten times that of the other top 14 cloud providers combined. 608 more words

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OpenStack gang vows clouds that work well with others

One of the hurdles that OpenStack, the open source answer to Amazon’s proprietary cloud ecosystem, has faced since its inception nearly five years ago, is the fear that the various… 607 more words

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Who is Artisan Infrastructure? A word from our CEO

For most of you, we’ve likely just popped up on the radar. The way our year is shaping up, I don’t think that will be the case for long. 389 more words

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The battle for cloud supremacy: Amazon's AWS vs. legacy IT juggernauts

If you want to ignite a firestorm among modern information technology people, just ask which cloud provider is number one among large corporate customers. Amazon Web Services, born in 2006, is by almost any count, the dominant player in overall market share. 616 more words

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Amazon Web Services is a $5 billion business—and growing fast

The one thing everyone knew about Amazon’s nearly nine-year-old cloud business was that it was massive. But actual details were scarce, to say the least. That changed Thursday when Amazon corporate… 592 more words

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Intertwining legacy strengths with complementary partnerships and innovation enables TCS to capture IoT-related revenue

By Amy McLaughlin, Research Analyst

New platforms related to Digital Reimagination hold promise, necessitating a large number of profitable engagements to deliver revenue growth in CY15… 748 more words

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If you thought cloud competition couldn't get hotter, think again

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has opened a data center hub in Silicon Valley, adding yet another gigantic player to a growing, but already hotly-contested cloud computing market. 201 more words