Fujitsu Ltd said it will begin offering a new multi-cloud integrated management service, Fujitsu Cloud Services Management, as well as Fujitsu Software Cloud Services Management.
Enterprise applications are increasingly being moved to the cloud as organisations embrace the ‘cloud-first’ philosophy, according to F5 Networks and its recently released The State of Application Delivery in APAC 2015 survey.
CommVault’s Mark Bentkower outlines some of the key considerations for companies to take note of in order to leverage the hybrid cloud effectively and efficiently.
The hybrid cloud is the buzz these days, but its adoption calls for three quick steps that enterprises need to consider when making the move, writes Subra Suppiah of Avanade Malaysia.
IBM Corp said its IBM Innovation Centre in Malaysia is now equipped with IBM PureApplication System solutions for clients to test, develop and deploy applications.
IBM Corp has announced new servers, and storage software and solutions that it said would help more clients create hybrid cloud computing environments.
Working with multiple vendors may have delivered initial gains as IT leaders found their way in the cloud, but it is not conducive to long-term success, writes Martin Bishop of Telstra.
Red Hat Inc has announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Atomic Host, an operating system it said was optimised for running the next generation of applications with Linux containers.
Cloud and virtualisation vendor VMware Inc has set its sights on winning more customers in the region now that it has launched a new set of software tools that it claims would help customers manage their cloud computing environments more easily.
VMware Inc has announced what it claimed was the industry’s first unified platform of virtualised compute, networking and storage for the hybrid cloud.