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Now that the services used by an enterprise and provided to its customers may be hosted on servers in the public cloud or on-premises, maybe "hybrid cloud" isn't an architecture any more. While that may the case, that's not stopping some in the digital transformation business from proclaiming it a way of work unto itself.
If your organization could deploy its applications in the cloud the way Netflix does, could it reap the same kinds of benefits that Netflix does? Perhaps, but its business model and maybe even its philosophy might have to be completely reformed -- not unlike jumping the chasm from movies-by-mail to streaming content.
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Samsung's Galaxy smartphones are extremely powerful, and with the DeX platform, these phones can power a desktop experience that includes productivity, creativity, and communication applications.
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If you think the term "cloud" obscures the technology behind interoperable network platforms, consider "serverless:" A style of programming for cloud platforms that is changing the way applications are built, deployed, and ultimately, consumed.
In a little over four years' time, the project born from Google's internal container management efforts has upended the best-laid plans of VMware, Microsoft, Oracle, and every other would-be king of the data center. So just what is it that changed everything?
One day, Linux' creator made a utility called Git to keep track of all the contributions to the Linux kernel. That triggered a string of events leading to the establishment of GitHub as the de facto automated supply chain for software -- not just open source.
Amazon has launched a plan to expand its logistics network by helping create small businesses that will operate 20 to 40 vans each.
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