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Dell and Google Cloud deepen integration to bolster hybrid cloud storage
Dell and Google Cloud have announced the launch of their new hybrid cloud storage system, with the capability of moving as much as 50 petabytes of high-performance workloads.
Huawei Cloud launches new offering for govt and enterprise customers
"Huawei Cloud has released the Huawei Cloud Stack, aiming to accelerate digitalisation and intelligent upgrade of government and enterprise organisations alike."
Google Cloud Anthos generally available on AWS
Since Anthos launched in preview two years ago, Lin says the company has been developing new capabilities to help organisations develop, deploy, and manage applications quickly and flexibly.
Nutanix drives further A/NZ expansion with new managing director
“We are witnessing a fundamental shift in the way corporate Australia and New Zealand does, and will do, business in the future."
Nutanix & Udacity launch hybrid cloud nanodegree program
Nutanix is sponsoring 5000 scholarships, to be taught via Udacity, which will school IT professionals on topics such as modern private cloud infrastructure and the design of hybrid application deployment.
StorageCraft ‘doubles down’ on channel engagement
The 100% channel company has announced a series of initiatives and a new global sales head to improve its momentum globally.
Asia Pacific’s accelerating need to optimise IT infrastructure
Optimising data centre resources means you can use them to improve IT capacity, paving the way for new services operating at greater efficiency.
Security, compliance beat cost in healthcare cloud concerns
Nutanix report shows healthcare industry plans to ramp up hybrid cloud adoption to secure patient data and ensure regulatory compliance.
Embracing cloud essential for healthcare organisations to deliver advanced care
Digital transformation significantly impacted cloud implementation across various industry verticals, and healthcare organisations were no different.
CCL announces partnership with Microsoft to meet Azure demand
The move is designed to drive New Zealand business and public sector migration to Microsoft Azure cloud technologies.
Veeam completes its US$5 billion acquisition, in huge month for US M&As
Veeam is now officially a US-based company, with the company’s headquarters soon to be relocated from Switzerland to the United States.
A cloud-first approach starts with security
Cloud-first means that an organisation first seeks to deliver applications and services from a cloud computing platform before considering any on-premise alternatives.
New Azure and AWS integration announced amid increasing cyber threats
FireMon says the integration of the two cloud giants will help match the pace needed to protect systems from ongoing and increasing cyber threats and data breaches.
Veeam launch of new data protection suite 'biggest ever'
"This is the biggest release in the history of Veeam, creating the simplest solution for hybrid-cloud environments.”
SolarWinds strengthens hybrid IT database portfolio
"We're giving tech pros the level of analysis and visibility they need to resolve database issues quickly - even in increasingly complex microservices environments."
Hybrid cloud services to drive APAC enterprise cloud services revenue
Enterprise cloud services revenue is set to reach US$256bn by 2023 across the Asia Pacific region.
MiTek deploys Nutanix to better serve Australia’s construction industry
This announcement is part of the company’s strategic efforts to drive innovation and develop new services to improve the efficiency and stability for customers, according to a statement.
Experts discuss industry response to multicloud
"This is not about moving data into the cloud. This is about moving the cloud and cloud services to the data."
Retailers look to hybrid cloud as they search for flexibility - report
Nutanix’s report found that retailers are leading the pack in maximising the flexibility of IT infrastructure to keep pace.
Nutanix teams up with Red Education to address NZ skills shortage
“The digital skills shortage facing A/NZ threatens our economies, our ability to innovate and our global competitiveness."
Trend Micro leads market share for hybrid cloud security - IDC
Software-defined compute technologies are often used in the context of public or private clouds, but can also be implemented in non-cloud environments.
NetApp and Google Cloud deepen strategic partnership
NetApp and Google Cloud help customers unlock the power of data with tightly integrated, enterprise-class data services and solutions for Google Cloud.
73% of enterprises moving apps back on-premise - report
Vanson Bourne conducted research on behalf of Nutanix to learn about the state of global enterprise cloud deployments and adoption plans.
Australia’s digital transformation: Can’t sweat it? Don’t sweat it
What may have seemed a short-term benefit may soon change: a monthly subscription from a public cloud provider may suddenly turn to bill shock after the realisation that it can’t be turned off.