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Latest multi-cloud publications


MongoDB adds multi-cloud support to Atlas database service

NoSQL database provider MongoDB has bolstered its Atlas cloud database service with multi-cloud cluster support, catering to rising demand for enterprises seeking to deploy applications among multiple cloud providers.


VMware bolsters multi-cloud proposition with improved Tanzu integrations

VMware kicked off virtual VMworld 2020 with a string of new cloud services and integrations with the world’s leading public cloud providers to strengthen its multi-cloud proposition.

Improved support for the VMware Tanzu product range is now being rolled out across VMware’s AWS, Google Cloud, Oracle and Azure partnerships, partnerships VMware launched to enable vSphere customers to embrace the hybrid cloud trend.


Zoom drafts Oracle for multi-cloud expansion

In a move that not many in the technology world would have seen coming, Zoom has tapped up Oracle Cloud to help cater to rising demand for its popular video conferencing tool.

Since world governments implemented stay-at-home measures to help thwart the spread of the novel coronavirus, Zoom has become the go-to tool for video communication, surging ahead of rivals Skype and Webex in terms of daily use.


Microsoft and Amazon to help NHS allocate hospital resources effectively

The UK National Health Service has enlisted the services of some of the world’s largest tech firms to help it thwart the coronavirus outbreak.

First reported by BBC, the NHS has joined forces with Microsoft, Google, Faculty AI and Palantir to create data dashboards that use AI to display up to date information about Covid-19 transmission.


Hybrid cloud – The business infrastructure of tomorrow

Technology has become a core component of a customer’s experience with an organisation, no matter the vertical market.  As a result, businesses require technology that provides flexibility and security, and that cost effectively allows the organisation to change according to altering customer behaviour.  A recent study, the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Index 2019, reveals that hybrid cloud is becoming business infrastructure; indeed, hybrid cloud is providing the necessary security and agility that businesses in 2020 require.