Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss examines Oracle’s latest plans to offer all-new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure E4 Dense Compute Inferences powered by AMD EPYC processors for hybrid cloud users as Oracle expands its use of AMD EPYC CPUs beyond Oracle’s existing E3 and E4 compute instances.
Red Hat Partners with Nutanix to Put Squeeze on VMware
Futurum’s Steven Dickens provides his take on news of the partnership between Red Hat and HCI provider Nutanix and what this might mean for the increasingly complex cloud landscape. This partnership looks to bring choice and deployment simplification to the company’s respective customers.
HPE Announces Updates to Its GreenLake Cloud Services
HPE announces updates to its HPE GreenLake Cloud Services which include services across container management, ML operations, virtual machines, storage, compute, data protection, and networking.
VMware and NVIDIA Partnership Accelerates AI From On-Prem To The Cloud
Today at VMworld 2019, VMware and NVIDIA have announced a partnership that will enable AI workloads on prem to be seamless portable to the cloud on AWS.
Are You Using Virtualization Security Yet?
If you’re not, you’re already behind. Studies show more than 75 percent of businesses have already been virtualized, and all of these businesses—regardless of size or sector—need a way to help secure their virtualized data resources. In other words, if you’ve already moved to the cloud, but you haven’t launched a coordinated virtualization security program, you have some work to …
Why Backup is Not Disaster Recovery
We often read the phrase “Backup and Disaster Recovery” as if the two things were inexorably linked. In a way, they are. But backup is not disaster recovery. And, while you can’t have disaster recovery (DR) without having backups—you can back up your data without having a DR plan in place. Although it might seem cheaper and easier, it’s is …