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Grounded in open source and energy efficient designs, the world's largest social network shared its latest updates for cost and power savings attributed to its cutting-edge datacenters.
"I'm not an expert on software-defined storage or the intricacies of cloud computing," Clinton quipped.
The Compute Era -- which the tech world appears to be entering as we speak, according to HP -- boils down to the transformation of traditional server silos into pools of processing resources.
The new products are designed to complement Huddle's existing intelligent recommendation engine for surfacing relevant content within large organizations.
After almost two months on limited preview, AWS's Zocalo cloud storage service is now on general availability, stepping up competition for enterprise rivals.
Microsoft is tweaking its Azure SQL cloud database pricing, guaranteed uptime and more ahead of making its new tiers generally available.
The latest security audits also blanket additional coverage for Google+ and Hangouts.
The datacenter startup has now raised a total of $312 million, with a valuation that likely positions it for immanent IPO.
On day two of VMworld 2014, VMware strengthens ties to Google and Microsoft Windows while beefing up its Desktop-as-a-Service offerings worldwide.
Dubbed Business Intelligence Modernization Services, the new package is designed to support companies looking to revamp their own big data and business intelligence return plans as well.
From VMware’s perspective for the last few years now, the software-defined datacenter is still the future of a 'brave' new world for IT.
VMware's latest open source play consists of a new cloud framework "exposing developer-friendly, Amazon-style set of APIs."
Couchbase is hailing its new beta as the most significant release of the open-source NoSQL database ever, with development, administration and security the main beneficiaries.
NEC Australia will help the Western Australia Department of Water address water consumption levels in the state through a Microsoft solution stack.
IBM suggested that the analytics could result in differences pertaining to anything from "semiconductor designs to cancer therapies."