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Databases and Machine Learning Coalesce

by Sanjeev Mohan  |  September 14, 2020

The boundaries between data management and advanced analytics are blurring fast. Databases are enhancing capabilities to build, train and validate machine learning models right where the data sits – inside...

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Hadoop is (still) alive and kicking

by Sanjeev Mohan  |  August 19, 2020

It has been a long time since I blogged and so I joined forces with my colleague and friend Merv Adrian. Here is the first one of the series. It's...

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Multicloud Networking

by Andrew Lerner  |  February 10, 2020

Based on a survey from November 2018, 81% of respondents who use the public cloud were currently working with two or more external providers. Further, if you have anything on-prem...

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A Comparison of Public Cloud Cost Optimization Tools is Now Available

by Marco Meinardi  |  December 12, 2019

If you're using public cloud infrastructure and platform services, I bet that you've been thinking about adopting a tool to cut down costs. You've been told that there is some...

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AWS Just Made Their Management Tools Ready for Multicloud

by Marco Meinardi  |  December 7, 2019

I am just back home after spending last week at AWS re:Invent in tiresome, noisy, vibrant and excessive Las Vegas. At Gartner, I cover cloud management and governance and I...

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What Blockchain and Cloud Computing Have in Common

by Marco Meinardi  |  May 21, 2019

Blockchain technologies provide ledger databases whose records are immutable and cryptographically-signed using a distributed consensus or validation protocol. These characteristics contributed to the popularity of blockchain to power transaction execution...

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Networking in the Public Cloud

by Andrew Lerner  |  May 14, 2019

We see quite a few network teams treating networking inside the public cloud (i.e., AWS, Azure, GCE) as “not my problem”. The scary thing is that IaaS networking capabilities are...

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Trip report: IBC Conference 2018 Amsterdam

by Ted Chamberlin  |  September 24, 2018

  Its just about a calendar week since I returned from Amsterdam attending the IBC or International Broadcasters Show.I wanted to take the weekend to let everything I consumed ruminate...

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Neutralizing Shadow IT with Public Cloud Self-Service Governance

by Marco Meinardi  |  August 8, 2018

In today's scenario where IT is at the core of business innovation, I hear organizations struggling with potentially opposing priorities. On one side, business users and developers want more agility...

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Emerging service providers: Be analytical with your free tier of service!

by Ted Chamberlin  |  July 10, 2018

    One of the great things we as analyst get to do at Gartner is witness the evolution of companies.  Most enjoy some degree of success; yet a handful...

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