Cloud-native developers on AWS were greeted with a preview of a new generative AI assistant called Amazon Q during the company's ongoing re:Invent conference, adding to the existing CodeWhisperer functionality.
The "Big 3" cloud giants and other industry powerhouses are supporting a project from The Linux Foundation that seeks to demystify cloud billing data.
VMware announced a collaboration with Intel to make AI more accessible and private across various environments like datacenters, public clouds and the edge.
GitHub's 2023 State of the Octoverse report notes that AI has become mainstream amid a surge in cloud-native development.
Rubrik, a specialist in Zero Trust data security, this week launched Ruby, a generative AI companion designed to enhance cyber detection, recovery and resilience.
Veeam, specializing in data protection and ransomware recovery, announced updates to two major offerings during recent tech events, along with a partnership with Sophos.
Nothing defines a lucrative partnership like showing up at one another's big tech events.
Veeam tapped data from several research projects to publish a brief on hybrid cloud computing and cyber resiliency, finding that clouds are just as susceptible to ransomware attacks, maybe even more so.
"Consistent execution by our sales teams and partners drove a strong start to the fiscal year with Microsoft Cloud revenue of $31.8 billion, up 24 percent (up 23 percent in constant currency) year-over-year."
It enables developers and supporting platform engineers to collaborate on delivering and managing cloud-native applications that follow organizational best practices for cost, operations and security by default.
IBM has entered a pact with cloud giant Amazon Web Services that will see Big Blue skill up some 10,000 consultants on AWS generative AI services by the end of next year.
Major industry players including cloud giants Google and AWS publicized an ongoing series of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks that are increasing in size and frequency.
Cloud giant AWS has teamed up with virtualization kingpin VMware and others to work on a Proof of Concept (PoC) for "distributed edge AI networking" as part of an Open Grid Alliance (OGA) project.
It's a cloud-based solution that helps organizations manage their information lifecycle, from creation and classification to retention and disposal, with advanced AI and automation.
Cloud computing obviously gives organizations infrastructure flexibility, but a perhaps less well-known benefit is happier, more productive workers.
Research firm Gartner's new report on the software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) space sees the tech moving into security offerings and receiving a big generative AI boost in the next few years.
Cisco teamed up with enterprise cloud specialist Nutanix to replace its HyperFlex offering with a new hyperconverged solution as part of a strategic partnership announced in August.
Edge computing can be a big revenue generator for companies, but adoption is lagging and the results vary according to which of four approaches is taken, new research from Accenture indicates.
In last year's edition of this report series, organizations asked cloud providers for security expertise; this year they want cost control help.
It looks like Microsoft/GitHub might have coined the standard moniker for AI assistants going forward, as Salesforce this week debuted new "Einstein Copilot" AI tech.