Amazon Web Services recorded $5.4 billion in revenue for its fiscal first quarter, surpassing analyst estimates of $5.2 billion.
Azure Container Instances, a serverless runtime that aims to help developers spin up containers on Microsoft's public datacenter infrastructure, is now generally available.
Oracle is named a Leader in Gartner's 2018 "Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service."
- By Wendy A. Hernandez
Blockchain is a complicated, hard-to-define technology with a lot of potential use cases, which are now easier to experiment with on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
Microsoft announced new tooling enhancements to help businesses that are currently using Office 365 and Azure services.
The moves demonstrate the inroads software-defined networking is making into enterprises, branching out from its roots in academia and test labs.
A recent Gartner assessment of the worldwide public cloud market provides good news for hyperscale vendors like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft and Google.
vSphere 6.7 and vSAN 6.7 include both new and enhanced features.
- By Wendy A. Hernandez
Verizon has teamed up with other major players in the software-defined networking arena to bundle virtualization services for enterprises looking for an easier onramp to the new technology.
Open source, software-defined storage and a hybrid on-premises/cloud model have all converged in a new commercial offering announced by Nexenta.
Juniper Networks' OpenContrail open source network virtualization platform based on software-defined networking has officially moved under the umbrella of The Linux Foundation and is now called Tungsten Fabric.
Microsoft on Friday announced that its Azure Availability Zones datacenter uptime assurance offering for VM workloads is now commercially available in two Azure regions.
Microsoft released a preview on Monday of a new Serial Console command-line tool that's designed to help recover Linux and Windows virtual machines (VMs) running on Azure infrastructure.
It's a busy time in the software-defined networking and network functions virtualization arena, as multiple open source organizations backed by industry heavyweights recently announced new initiatives to foster their growth.
As part of a wider effort to bolster the security of its cloud platform, Google this week unveiled a new dashboard-type solution to help organizations monitor their cloud environments.
Verizon and Colt have demonstrated what they say is an industry-first breakthrough in software-defined networking orchestration in which they made near-real-time changes to bandwidth in each other's production networks.
Microsoft this week described its plans to increase its number of cloud datacenter regions, expanding the global reach of its Azure and Office 365 services.
VMware announced a wide-ranging initiative to simplify multi-cloud adoption and expand its Cloud Services portfolio.
Microsoft recently added new Azure Virtual Machine sizes, with options for running isolated and GPU-based workloads.