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IBM adds API tools to Bluemix serverless framework

Nearly every major cloud now offers a option: AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, Google Cloud Functions, and IBM , to name a few. APIs are for serverless, but few...

12 'hot' technologies not living up to the hype

This is tech. We make the future. However, . Oftentimes the promise isn’t fulfilled as soon or as well as we imagined or . Here is my list of stuff...

AWS vs. Azure vs. Google: Cloud storage compared

One of the most common use cases for public IaaS cloud computing is storage and that's for good reason: Instead of buying hardware and managing it, users upload data to...

Users review the top cloud data integration tools

As the world of cloud computing becomes more globalized, IT professionals need multiple levels of security and transparency to manage cloud relationships. Using a , an enterprise can configure a...

IDG Contributor Network: Security in a cloud-native environment

In a time where services and their consumers are ubiquitous, security risks to enterprise systems and data are exploding. Security offerings from cloud service providers are promising but still traditional...

MapD database extends GPU power to AWS, Google Cloud

MapD, creator of a that it claims is “anywhere from 75 to 3,500 times faster than traditional CPU-bound databases,” has released a new version, with...

Box launches standalone Notes app to help teams collaborate

Box Notes is getting its own standalone web app and a new desktop app for Windows and Mac. It’s a new turn for the product, which allows users to collaboratively...

Pivotal, Google team up for Kubernetes cloud management

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Oracle’s new cloud push won’t be easy

Oracle executives last week revealed the results of years’ worth of work on its IaaS public cloud, including the announcement of a and an international expansion. After lots of ,...

Too late, PaaS, you missed your shot in the cloud

PaaS simply isn’t used as much by enterprises as initially predicted. Although PaaS offerings vary greatly, most provide facilities for application design, deployment, testing, and self-provisioned hosting. It’s best described...

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