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SUSE and Microsoft to Deliver First Enterprise Linux Kernel for Azure

SUSE and Microsoft to Deliver First Enterprise Linux Kernel for Azure

SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 kernel tuned for Microsoft Azure increases customer agility and efficiency by enabling faster access to new Azure features SUSE announced the availability of the first enterprise Linux kernel tailored for Microsoft Azure. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 on-demand instances now run on a custom-tuned kernel for workloads on Microsoft Azure that

Client at the heart of transformation – Financial services firms rev up digital experiences with IBM Cloud Private

Examples illustrate how the platform’s next-generation hybrid cloud capabilities could help meet digital service expectations of the new-era customer Banks and other financial institutions are today faced with the challenge of being available anywhere, anytime to their customers. With the internet infrastructure becoming widely available, and access devices such as the smartphones becoming both affordable

Hybrid is the way to go in a multi-cloud era

Hybrid is the way to go in a multi-cloud era

With IBM Cloud Private,a journey to the hybrid could be as seamless as it gets The shift to cloud is intrinsic to digital transformation. This does bring up some challenges to organizations either in terms of legacy systems, security,or regulatory requirements. Hybrid cloud is the way to strike a balance with the flexibility of a

5 Fronts on which Enterprises Could Deploy IBM Cloud Private

IBM’s new platform could well be the base that enterprises have sought for firing up a next wave of business innovation Unarguably, cloud has been a hygiene IT factor ever since it moved past the hype cycle a good few years ago. Over time, various components of IT hardware, software, and platforms have been moved

Think Cloud that Adds Agility to Legacy SW too

What good is a platform if it isn’t able to cloudify heritage applications and let other applications be empowered by it? Transformation has been a much-used word in today’s enterprise IT contexts. Cloud is a key component of IT transformation. It is relatively easier to take the plunge when it comes to cloudifying storage, servers,

VMware Accelerates and Simplifies Multi-Cloud Adoption with Expanded Cloud Services Portfolio

VMware helping customers better manage the complexity and risk of multiple cloud environments while extending consistent IT operations from the data center to the cloud. As businesses expand their use of cloud computing and utilize multiple cloud providers, they naturally experience increased complexity and risk associated with diverse infrastructures, management tools, and processes. VMware estimates that

Microsoft & Apollo Hospitals Transforming Healthcare through AI and the Cloud

Recently, at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual conference and exhibition in Las Vegas, NV, Microsoft announced the expansion of the Microsoft Intelligent Network for eyecare (MINE), now AI Network for Healthcare, to create an AI-focused network in cardiology, in partnership with one of the largest health systems in India, Apollo Hospitals.

IBM and Bluewolf Launch New Salesforce Practice in India

Global Salesforce consulting agency Bluewolf, an IBM Company, today announced the launch of a new practice to drive digital transformation and customer experience locally in India with Salesforce, the global leader in CRM. The dedicated practice will leverage Bluewolf’s deep expertise and delivery capabilities in Salesforce, augmented intelligence (AI), and innovation strategy, combined with IBM’s

NetApp Works Collaborates with ASE to Enable High-Performance Cloud Workflows

NetApp announced its collaboration with ASE to expand the company’s ASE Cloud to the United States, providing flexible and reliable cloud access for the world’s largest media and entertainment companies. The animation, postproduction, and broadcast sectors require high bandwidth to manage massive HD files, which are often sized 4K and beyond. In the past, these

IBM Expands Global Cloud Data Center Presence with Four New Facilities

New data centers, including two in London, England; one in San Jose, California; and one in Sydney, Australia, are part of IBM Cloud’s global expansion, bringing IBM to nearly 60 data centers across 19 countries. New facilities designed to help clients build next-generation IoT, blockchain and AI applications by providing cloud infrastructure that is tuned

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