zondag 18 april, 2021
Source is ComputerWeekly.com Tableau chief Adam Selipsky is rejoining Amazon Web Services (AWS) after several years away to succeed Andy Jassy as the public cloud giant’s CEO. Selipsky originally joined AWS in 2005 and spent 11 years as the company’s vice-president for sales, marketing and support before moving to...
Source is ComputerWeekly.com Google Cloud has committed to sharing data with its customers that shows how much of the energy used to power its datacentre regions comes from renewable sources, so enterprises can make informed decisions about where best to host their workloads from a sustainability perspective. The public...
Source is ComputerWeekly.com France-based holiday firm Eurogroup – known by its Ski France brand in the UK – has gone all-in on software-defined storage from DataCore to try to resolve challenges around business agility. In the process, it has been able to gain control over a heterogeneous storage...
Source is ComputerWeekly.com The Scottish government’s Agricultural and Rural Economy (ARE) directorate has ditched a struggling EMC VNX hybrid flash SAN and deployed Pure Storage all-flash. The move saw it halve build times for up to 100 developers and boost performance all-round. ARE is the department responsible for the...
Source is ComputerWeekly.com UK National Health Service (NHS) datacentre builds and modernisation projects are continuing apace against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic, as IT leaders need resilient IT infrastructures on which to base their digital transformation plans. John Thompson, managing director of datacentre infrastructure management specialist Advanced Power...
Source is ComputerWeekly.com For more than a year, the Covid-19 pandemic has forced organisations of all sizes to adapt to the “new normal”. Teams have had to adopt remote and home working at a scale and pace that no one could have predicted. In many ways, the pandemic has...
Source is ComputerWeekly.com While all datacentres have become in essence defined by their software, going for a fully fledged, software-defined hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) will not always be the right course for every operator. Not all need maximum abstraction and, for those that do, there can be critical barriers to...
Source is ComputerWeekly.com Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has reported first-quarter 2021 revenue of $6.8bn, down 2% year on year. Its Intelligent Edge grew by 12% to $806m, while its High Performance Compute & Mission Critical Systems (HPC & MCS) declined by 9% to $762m. Antonio Neri, president and CEO...
Source is ComputerWeekly.com The Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC) has commissioned Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to build a replacement supercomputer for the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. The Institute is one Sweden’s largest technical universities, and the supercomputer will be used to support the science...
Source is ComputerWeekly.com Demand for colocation and hyperscale capacity within many of the major European datacentre hubs is soaring as enterprises seek to shutter their in-house datacentres and migrate more of their business-critical workloads to the public cloud. The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic has only served to exacerbate...