Category: Cloud Computing

Nate Lindstrom talks DNS and traffic management

Nate Lindstrom of NS1 recently sat down with Enterprise Times to talk about DNS and intelligent traffic routing. The conversation took place at NS1’s office in San Francisco and covered the role of DNS, security and why companies need to take DNS more seriously. Improving performance as we move to cloud is critical. Users have…

Bynder updates growth on NetSuite

On the eve of SuiteWorld 2017 NetSuite issued its first press release about Bynder, the global marketing software company. Based in the Netherlands it implemented NetSuite in two short months. Late last year at Suite Connect, Bynder were on stage talking about their experiences. Enterprise Times received an update to find out how the installation…

IBM deploys Docker EE on the mainframe

At DockerCon17, IBM has announced it will deploy Docker Enterprise Edition across all its Linux-based systems. This will include Linux on IBM z Systems, LinuxONE and Power Systems. It’s a smart move by IBM and will enable it to deliver on its goal of moving the app to the data rather than the data to…

Knoa improves UX for GROWMARK

Knoa Software has signed a deal with GROWMARK for its SAP User Experience Management (UEM) solution. GROWMARK wants to improve the way users interact with applications deployed in SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud. It is also looking to increase user adoption and improve application performance. According to Brian Berns, CEO of Knoa Software: “This is a…

Rethinking cloud with Brad Schick

At IBM InterConnect, Brad Schick, CTO, Skytap sat down with Enterprise Times  and talked about cloud on AIX. It has been two years since IBM launched the POWER8 processor and made x86 its primary target. In all the attention that the Power Systems team has had, AIX has almost become the forgotten operating system. The sales…

Oracle makes two acquisitions

Oracle has announced two acquisitions. The two companies are Moat, a digital measurement cloud company and Wercker who provide a container-centric and cloud-native automation platform. Moat analytics Founded in 2007 by brothers Noah and Jonah Goodhart as well Michael Walrath, Moat provides marketing data analytics. Under the terms of the agreement Moat will remain as…

Workday lifting off in Canada

Workday recently held Workday Elevate in Toronto, Canada. The one day conferences are held across the globe demonstrating Workday’s strengths in different markets. This was the first of thirteen elevate events for 2017. The next will be held in New York on May 2nd. The International Trade Administration ranks Canada first for its cloud computing market…

Anaconda snakes onto IBM

IBM and Continuum Analytics are to make open source data science platform Anaconda available on IBM Cognitive Systems. The deal will see Anaconda integrated with PowerAI allowing it to take advantage of machine learning. It will also see the Open Data Science platform take advantage of the latest POWER8 processors and NVIDIA GPUs. According to Bob…

Comcast direct connects IBM Cloud

Comcast Business is now providing direct connections to IBM Cloud data centres. The move adds IBM to AWS and Microsoft Azure as cloud providers with direct connection to Comcast customers. The company also has direct links to several major data centre providers and cloud exchanges. This includes Equinix, CyrusOne, Digital Reality and CoreSite. The deal…

Abby Kearns talks about Cloud Foundry

Enterprise TImes caught up with Abby Kearns, Executive Director, Cloud Foundry Foundation at IBM InterConnect in Las Vegas. In our conversation Kearns explained what the Cloud Foundry Foundation was saying: “We protect all of the IP of Cloud Foundry and ensure it has a sustainable ecosystem.” The fact that there are so many users of…