Expect Salesforce to rely even more heavily on Amazon's cloud platform from here on out. Salesforce executives spoke of the deepening partnership between the two tech powerhouses in the company's quarterly earnings call this week.
SAP is getting involved in Cloud Foundry in a bigger way. At its SAP Sapphire conference this week, SAP unveiled the beta of a new HANA service for Cloud Foundry.
A Riverbed SteelCentral expands the application monitoring tool's capabilities to Skype for Business, providing users with greater visibility into their Microsoft-based unified communications systems.
On Friday, Amazon unleashed a limited edition of its AWS IoT Button, an upgrade of the programmable Dash Button the company released last April. That same day, developers with Amazon Web Services accounts snatched up every last one of these Wi-Fi buttons, priced at $20 apiece.
Salesforce is building a new Internet of Things service on Amazon's cloud computing facilities, the Wall Street Journal reported this week.
A new appliance from ExtraHop provides greater visibility into the Microsoft Azure public cloud IaaS. The EDA 1100 is the latest addition to ExtraHop's Discover series of appliances and adds to the company's ability to monitor public clouds.
Talari Networks is expanding its virtualization and public cloud integrations to Microsoft technologies. In addition to existing integrations with VMware ESX and Amazon Web Services, Talari now also supports Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Hyper-V.
Jeff Bezos' cash cow in the cloud shows no signs of slowing down. Amazon's quarterly earnings report Thursday revealed that Amazon Web Services made $2.56 billion in revenue during the first quarter of 2016, even more of a windfall than expected.
Microsoft had one of its biggest spending sprees on cloud infrastructure in company history this past quarter, Data Center Knowledge reported yesterday. The Redmond technology giant has seen a 65 percent increase in data center expenditures year over year, according to Data Center Knowledge's report on the company's recent quarter earnings call.
GigaSpaces and Mist.io teamed up to make it simpler and faster to deploy Kubernetes clusters on public and private clouds. To do so, the vendors integrated Cloudify into the Mist.io Cloud Management SaaS offering.