Cloud

WANdisco LiveAnalytics enables data to be analyzed as it moves to the cloud

Data management company WANdisco Plc is debuting a new tool that makes it possible for organizations to analyze on-premises data while it’s being migrated to the cloud. WANdisco said its LiveAnalytics offering helps to ensure “uninterrupted business insights” as companies move data from on-premises environments such as Hadoop to cloud hosted analytics services such as …

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Cloud ERP Is All Around Simplification

“Cloud ERP is a very new principle in the market,” says Mark Chalfen, director at PwC. “The way that I see cloud is all round simplification—simple and standard. It’s a lot more easy than it was five, ten, fifteen, twenty years ago.” Mark Chalfen, director at PwC, talks about how cloud ERP software can help …

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Pure Storage debuts ‘AI First’ infrastructure and new cloud services

Data storage company Pure Storage Inc. is making a play for more artificial intelligence workloads with a new “AI First” infrastructure offering announced today at its Pure//Accelerate 2019 event in Austin this week. The new AI Data Hub product is billed as an “end-to-end AI pipeline solution” that provides enterprises with the infrastructure they need …

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How Much Do the Differences Between Cloud Providers Actually Matter?

When evaluating public cloud providers, whether to choose the best for your environment or simply to try to decipher the disparity in market share, it can be easy to get hung up on the differences. AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud each have their own service catalog, pricing and purchasing variations, and flavor. But do …

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Improve cloud performance with these 3 tips

Those who face cloud computing performance issues are quick to simply increase the number of resources that an underperforming workload has available. This means adding more storage to deal with storage I/O performance, adding more cores/CPUs to deal with processor-bound workloads, or increasing available memory so that virtual storage I/O is avoided altogether. The cloud …

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