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Latest hybrid cloud publications


Google and VMware team up to make VMware workloads Google Cloud-friendly

Companies announce new hybrid solution developed by third-party cloud service provider Google has announced a new partnership with VMware that will simplify the running of VMware workloads on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). As part of the partership, GCP will now fully support VMware Cloud Foundation, the company’s system to enable hybrid cloud deployment. Specifically, VMware’s… Read More


Google Cloud to deliver managed Oracle data centre service with Atos

New offering will be available in the second half of 2019  Google is expanding two of its data centres in Germany and North America in order to provide its cloud customers with local access to managed, cloud-based versions of Oracle database services. Google is partnering with technology partner Atos on the expansions, equipping the facilities… Read More


NTT combines Dimension Data, NTT Communications, and NTT Security into $11 billion entity

New $11bn IT services entity to be headquartered in London Japanese telecommunications company NTT Corp has consolidated three of its key IT businesses into a single $11bn (£8.7bn) business. The new technology services arm is called NTT Ltd and is made up of Dimension Data, NTT Communications and NTT Security. In total 28 brands have… Read More


Hyperconverged infrastructure sales pick up steam in Q1

Hyperconverged infrastructure sales boosted by hybrid IT popularity The converged infrastructure market grew by 19.3 percent year on year to $3.75bn (£2.96bn) during Q1, with Dell Technologies far and away the market leader, according to new IDC research. The market was helped by strong hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) sales – infrastructure that packs networking, compute, storage… Read More


Cloud Expo Asia: Cloud management in the multi-cloud era

How can organizations manage the cloud effectively and future-proof a multi-cloud strategy? Agatha Poon, research director at 451 Research, breaks down the unforeseen complexities of hybrid IT.