Microsoft and Amazon Web Services Inc., known for trading back-and-forth product and services announcements (along with rival Google), are keeping the enterprise volleys going on the Big Data front.
Already with a strong interest in software-defined networking, more enterprises are turning to applying the disruptive software-defined virtualization technology to the wide-area network, a recent survey suggests.
Mainframe specialist Compuware today released a tool addressing what it described as the manual, tedious process of accessing and understanding complex mainframe applications.
The future of the enterprise datacenter will be defined by total infrastructure virtualization, research firm Gartner Inc. said recently, warning that for now, only companies with the right vision and advanced expertise should try to get a jump on that future.
New vendor-sponsored surveys point to even more enterprise use of container technology in the near future.
Researchers at FireEye said they've discovered a malware that infects Cisco Systems Inc. routers with a modified firmware that spys on Internet and network activity, an approach that might be evading normal security measures.
Microsoft announced a GS-Series for enterprises using Azure VMs, adding more storage.
Syncsort open sourced a tool that connects data residing on IBM mainframes to Apache Spark for real-time Big Data analytics.
Although a majority of companies see the value in adopting business mobility processes, most have yet to dive into that pool.
Though originating in academic exercises and graduating from proof-of-concept testing labs to initial adoption by Web-scale giants, carriers, service providers and telecom operators, SDN is heading for the enterprise.
A collaboration between Microsoft and Mesosphere aims to bring the open source Apache Mesos datacenter orchestration solution into Windows Server.
Enterprises seeking to support software-defined networking and software-defined datacenters in VMware and OpenStack environments were this week targeted by enhancements to Big Switch Networks Inc. products.
A new collaborative project from The Linux Foundation aims to foster Linux development on mainframe computers, while Big Iron vendor IBM is offering up new mainframe Linux servers to the open source community.
Network operators are marching inexorably toward SDN, according to a new study from IHS Infonetics.
Cementing its committment to enterprise computing are three key products from Microsoft: OneDrive for Business, Skype for Business and the newly released Windows 10 OS.
The recent OpenDaylight Summit provided a showcase for advancements to date in software-defined networking technologies.
A survey of VMware customers -- admins who will support the new Windows 10 on their virtual infrastructure -- shows they expect good things from the just-released OS they see as their platform for the future ... next year.
With this week's release of Windows 10 comes the question about whether the new OS is ready for enterprise deployment, an issue often in doubt for years after a product is launched.
"SDN and NFV aren't markets," said Gartner Inc. analyst Joe Skorupa recently in explaining why the research firm won't be publishing any "Magic Quadrant" reports for software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) technologies
The Linux Foundation announced the formation of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation to work on the Open Container Initiative (OCI), formed at last month's DockerCon conference to create standards for containers.