This research note delves into the earnings reported by the top three public cloud providers (Amazon, Microsoft, and Google) over the past week.
The recent earnings reports from the top three public cloud providers, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, and Google Cloud, shows that the overall public cloud market remains robust and is starting to show signs of increased growth after several quarters of shrinking growth.
HashiCorp recently wrapped up its annual HashiConf event in San Francisco, where it talked to developers and investors alike. HashiCorp tells a good story, one that you should know. Let’s look at some of its recent innovations.
IBM Research has developed and released details on a groundbreaking AI chip called NorthPole, which could revolutionize AI hardware systems. Unlike traditional computer chips, NorthPole integrates processing units and memory on the same chip, eliminating the von Neumann bottleneck and significantly improving efficiency.
Databricks announced its intention to acquire Arcion, an enterprise data replication specialist and a part of the Databricks Ventures portfolio. The acquisition, valued at over $100 million, is set to bolster Databricks’ capability to natively ingest data from a myriad of databases and SaaS applications into their Lakehouse Platform.
Dell continues its push into multi-cloud with announcement of its Dell APEX Cloud Platform for Red Hat OpenShift.
Lenovo’s Global Tech World is underway in Austin this week where the company shows off the latest innovations from its wide range of product teams. Despite its expansive portfolio, the clear focus for Lenovo is on capturing mindshare around enterprise AI while also riding the wave propelling most of the growth in the IT industry.
IBM announced the acquisition of Manta Software for an undisclosed amount. Manta is a leading data lineage platform that allows enterprises to understand their data better.
NetApp released its 2023 Data Complexity Report results showing the impact of cloud migration, cybersecurity, and even sustainability on enterprise data infrastructure.
Palo Alto Networks has unveiled the latest iteration of its leading Prisma Cloud offering, which it calls “Darwin.” The new Prisma Cloud release introduces tools and features that secure the entire application lifecycle, from the code’s inception to its deployment and runtime in the cloud.