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Cloud 2.0

Cloud 2.0 allows organizations to focus less on virtualization, automation, and software, allowing them to instead focus more on their data and their application. Ultimately this is a further abstraction of the concept of a “data center as the computer” in which data centers are intelligent enough for customers to ignore much of the typical computing “housekeeping” and spend more time on their core competencies.

Google challenges AWS and the hybrid cloud with its cloud platform strategy

By Bernt Ostergaard | 4th October 2017 | 0 Comments
Cloud Computing

The recent Nordic Cloud Summit in Stockholm presented Google as a new, enterprise focused cloud and infrastructure company. Today, Google is still a minnow in the global enterprise cloud market. But that will change,...

AWS brings on ‘bots for the masses’ with new AI services

By Craig Wentworth | 7th December 2016 | 0 Comments
artificial intelligence

If you like your hullabaloo to come in compute, storage, database/analytics, and devops-related flavours, then AWS’ annual re:Invent ‘educational conference’ event in Las Vegas last week didn’t disappoint. And that’s before the company revealed...

Cloud 2.0: Shifting Focus from Infrastructure to Data and Automation

By Alina Ferrell | 16th July 2016 | 0 Comments
Cloud Computing

Like Cloud 1.0 allowed organizations to focus less on infrastructure—power, physical machines, disk storage, etc.—can Cloud 2.0 allow organizations to focus less on virtualization, automation, and software, instead allowing more focus data and its application?