While most early adopters of cloud have focused on the performance capabilities which cloud can offer, the mainstream market believes the cloud is a cost reduction tool, a point which professional services giant Deloitte disagrees with.
Microsoft has announced a successful year in the Chinese market, as well as intentions to step-up its expansion plans in the region.
Microsoft has reported mixed fortunes for its cloud business unit during its quarterly earnings call, as while cloud revenues grew across the board, the results are slightly down on the previous quarter.
VMWare has reported healthy growth during its Q1 earnings call despite disruptions in the management team over the period.
Industry experts estimate that data volumes are doubling in size every two years, creating an increasingly difficult value-chain for IT leaders to manage and capitalize on.
Intel has backed the growth of software-defined infrastructure to bolster its management and orchestration position in the hybrid cloud market segment.
Oracle launched Cloud at Customer, a new service designed to extend Oracle’s cloud into a customer’s datacentre.
Red Hat demonstrated healthy growth in its quarterly earnings, with CEO James Whitehurst attributing the success to the growing hybrid cloud market.
System integrator Trustmarque has announced it will continue it work with Natural Resources Wales, focusing on disaster recovery, and application and infrastructure support.
The benefits of any cloud solution relies heavily on how well it’s built and how much advance planning goes into the design. So how do you get the most from your hybrid cloud provider?