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Why Multi-Cloud Data Services are Critical to the Modern Digital Organization – New Futurum Research Report

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In this research report, Futurum Research explores why Dell’s Project Alpine enables customers to use the APIs and management tools they already use, avoiding the expense and complexity of refactoring applications or reskilling workforces to drive their multi-cloud journey. As such, customers can combine their preferred public cloud services with Dell Technologies’ enterprise data services to attain uncompromised connectivity and consistent experience deploying Dell assets such as PowerStore, PowerScale, PowerFlex and ObjectScale on-prem to optimize their multi-cloud data services.

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Red Hat Announces Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus, Continuing to Innovate in the Kubernetes and Containers Space

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Futurum senior analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the announcements of the latest version of Red Hat OpenShift becoming generally available. As customers look to innovate and simplify cloud operations, whether that is on-premises, in the cloud, or at the edge, complexity and scale is often a challenge. Red Hat is focused on delivering a simplified hybrid cloud management experience and these announcements build on this holistic vision.

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Arista Acquires Pluribus Networks to Raise Cloud Networking Proposition to the Next Sphere

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Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why Arista’s acquisition of Pluribus Networks strengthen its hand in the fast-evolving cloud networking realm, boosts sales & marketing prospects and portfolio differentiation for its Converged Cloud Fabric and new Arista Unified Cloud Fabric proposition, strengthen its NVIDIA relationship, and can help advance adoption and deployment across the NetOps, DevOps, and CloudOps domains of intricate cloud networking environments.

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Oracle Database Service for Azure Makes Multi-Cloud Real

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Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the introduction of Oracle Database Services for Azure is empowering Azure customers and applications with full access and integration to OCI database services through unified portals as well as delivering a simpler, more flexible cloud architecture that fulfills customer multi-cloud demands and sharply differentiates the Oracle and Microsoft multi-cloud proposition.