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VIDEO: OpenStack Foundation Executive Director Jonathan Bryce and Chief Operating Officer Mark Collier discuss how the open-source organization is changing as more use cases evolve for open infrastructure technologies.
Call for Code invites developers to create new applications to help communities and people better prepare for natural disasters.
Some of the trends include: "New Space Stack Will Enable Extraterrestrial Commerce"; "Voice First Will Open Up Internet to the World"; and "China Accelerates Past the U.S. in Key Technology Areas."
The move is part of a larger strategic shift for the company that includes partnering with such former competitors as Zoom, BlueJeans and GoToMeeting.
The new feature allows cloud app administrators to inform business line managers when costs for a particular project or account reach pre-determined thresholds.
VIDEO: Mark McLoughlin, senior director of engineering for OpenStack at Red Hat, discusses what's new in OpenStack and what's coming next.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Oxfam is an international confederation of 20 organizations working together with partners in more than 90 countries. It's now using new-gen tools such as Workplace for Facebook, Okta for security and Aware by Wiretap for governance and compliance ahead of GDPR.
By using a fully-managed streaming data service on GCP, users can offload the operating burden of Apache Kafka and stream data at scale in real time to Google Cloud’s big data services.
In addition, Informatica will soon be launching a new intelligent cloud service, Data Accelerator for Azure, which will enable enterprises to move legacy data warehouse workloads to the cloud—something which has been problematic, to say the least, in the past.
The 1.0 milestone of Kata containers helps enterprises and cloud service providers protect and isolate cloud workloads all the way down to the bare metal hardware.
How will we look back upon our current IT decade? From here, it sure looks like 2010 to 2020 is all about the cloud. The internet of things is starting to take root, but its time has yet to come.
The soon to be released features of Google’s Kubernetes Engine 1.10 will broaden enterprise appeal of container management platform, the company says.
At the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver, the open-source effort outlines its transition to help enable open infrastructure.