VMware and Intel team up to deliver three breakthroughs on Intel Optane PMEM. Intel-powered AWS i3en instances help VMware Cloud customers migrate workloads. Intel powers the new Azure Stack HCI. How CEOs can enable effective cloud computing. And the obstacles we must overcome for the edge to grow.
Everybody could use a piece of good news lately—and we have three for you. Engineers at VMware and Intel have worked together to deliver three breakthroughs on VMware software and Intel Optane persistent memory, including the ability to virtualize SAP HANA and Intel Optane PMEM.
On the journey to help customers modernize their data centers and cloud infrastructures, we’ve reached a new milestone. Now users of VMware Cloud on AWS can get cost-effective solutions for disaster recovery and migrating data-intensive workloads to the cloud with Intel-powered AWS i3en instances.
Customers want to be able to analyze data, no matter where it lives. To that end, Intel has teamed up with Microsoft to power the new Azure Stack HCI and provide a modern infrastructure that makes moving, storing, and processing data anywhere—in the cloud or on-premise—simple.
If you’re not happy with the speed of your move to the cloud, it might be time for the CEO to provide some needed support to the CIO and CTO. So what exactly does that mean? Likely a few key interventions, like developing a new business-technology operating model for taking advantage of the cloud’s speed and agility.
What if we told you that five years from now, the majority of enterprise data could bypass the cloud and instead be processed at the edge? It may happen, according to Gartner, but some technical challenges must be addressed first. Hear what leaders from Red Hat, Nutanix, and Cloudera believe needs to be done.