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.
Vendors owe it to their customers to clarify why their solution is different from those offered by others, writes Microsoft Malaysia’s Felix Foong, who offers three questions that all businesses should ask when evaluating a cloud offering.
CommVault Systems’ Mark Bentkower discusses the latest trends and services brought by the cloud, and how organisations can now seize the opportunity to leverage on these new functions to enhance their business capabilities.
Application delivery networking solutions provider F5 Networks has officially launched its Silverline platform in Asia, offering extended security, optimisation, and availability services from a hosted and managed infrastructure.
As the new year kicks off and businesses reflect on last year’s enterprise IT developments, one major trend that has dominated the landscape in Malaysia was cloud computing, writes Edwin Yapp.
Hybrid cloud has floated to the top of priority lists for Malaysian businesses, with more than 80% indicating that it will be one of the biggest areas of focus for 2015., according to a new survey by Avanade.