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Juniper Support Insights Assures Comprehensive AI-driven Junos Portfolio Vision and Message

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Juniper extends AI-powered support to entire Junos portfolio to streamline operator efficiencies and augment end user experiences. Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why the Juniper Support Insight offering spotlights the capabilities of its AI assets and provides more cohesion across Juniper’s portfolio-wide marketing outreach including delivering the benefits of Experience-First Networking.

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FUJITSU Enterprise Postgres Provides the Security and Containerization Keys to Hybrid Cloud Success

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Organizations are accelerating the containerization and modernization of their hybrid clouds to attain the deep insights, expanded agility through portability, pre-enabled security, high availability, and open platform capabilities to achieve successful cloud journeys. Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores why the FUJITSU Enterprise Postgres proposition fulfills the portability, security, and speed requirements key to the containerization and modernization of enterprise hybrid cloud implementations.

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Google Cloud Next ‘21: More Mature, Transformational, and Sustainable

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The Google Cloud Next ’21 event was an opportunity for Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai to present the future direction of Google Cloud. Futurum Research analyst Fred McClimans breaks down the key announcements and explains how their focus on customer transformation and sustainability is a sign of Google Cloud’s growing maturity.

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SUSE Doubles Down on Cloud-Native Innovation with Major Updates to Harvester and Rancher

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Futurum Research senior analyst, Steven Dickens provides his take on news coming out of KubeCon from SUSE in the Kubernetes space. As customers make the transition from virtual machines to containers and Kubernetes, they will be faced with managing both platforms. SUSE seeks to be the solution to this challenge with its Rancher platform leveraging the open source Project Harvester.

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Red Hat Announces OpenShift 4.9 — Getting Closer to the Edge With Myriad Enhancements — and Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes

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Futurum Research senior analyst, Steven Dickens provides his take on news coming out of the Linux Foundation’s KubeCon event by Red Hat. As edge computing use cases explode, Kubernetes deployments have become under increasing stress. The latest additions to Red Hat’s flagship OpenShift Kubernetes orchestration platform position the platform to address the scale and complexity of such edge use cases and also handle the inherent network connectivity issues that exist at the edge.

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VMworld 2021: VMware Doubles Down on the Cloud and Focuses on Flexibility and Speed

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Futurum Research Senior Analyst, Steven Dickens provides his take on news coming out of VMware’s flagship event VMworld 2021 in the cloud space. As VMware looks to pivot from virtualization to a cloud native world, the company announces a raft of enhancements designed to position its solutions at the heart of the hybrid, multi-cloud landscape.

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HPE GreenLake Meets Growing Ecosystem Demand for Cloud Data Protection and Unified Analytics

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HPE introduces new cloud services, such as HPE GreenLake for analytics and HPE GreenLake for data protection, to augment the HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform. Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the new cloud service offerings strengthen HPE GreenLake’s competitive position across the hybrid cloud and public cloud market segments as well as heightens ecosystem awareness of the HPE Edge-to-Cloud Adoption Framework that is designed specifically to de-risk organization cloud journeys.

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DISH Goes with IBM AI-Powered Assets to Advance Cloud-Native 5G Network Build

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DISH chooses IBM to help automate its 5G network deployment, particularly in the targeting of Industry 4.0 verticals and use cases. Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why DISH’s selection of IBM’s AI-powered automation and network orchestration capabilities provides the essential capabilities needed to push its cloud-native 5G network deployment forward and boosts the Cloud Pak for Network Automation proposition across the 5G ecosystem, especially among operators.