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Here are the searingly original visions that will soon set your monitors on fire.
By Gary Thome, VP and Chief Engineer, HPE Software-Defined and Cloud Group No one knows what the future holds. Yet, we can make some educated guesses based on what we know today. Many in IT are in this position – the ball is in your court, and you must decide how to move forward in terms of your IT strategy.As I talk with customers and look at trends in the industry, itrsquo;s pretty clear that public cloud is fast becoming an extension to the data center as another option for workload placement.

Although both public and private cloud continue to grow in popularity, Irsquo;m seeing some dramatic changes.

The IT industry is now more educated on cloud options – more discriminating and more careful about where they place their mission-critical workloads.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Low-code and no-code mobile development toolsImage by ThinkstockThe debates over mobile web, native code, and hybrid mobile apps may never end, but one thing everyone can agree on is that we canrsquo;t build mobile apps fast enough. Low-code development platforms take a visual, drag-and-drop approach to building apps, allowing developers to deliver applications faster at lower costs.
So-called no-code tools even promise to put app building within reach of nondevelopers.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Organisations Can Now Make Healthier Software License, Maintenance and Subscription Decisions Maidenhead, U.K. – Aug. 9, 2017 – Flexera, the company thatrsquo;s reimagining how software is bought, sold, managed and secured, today announced a new partnership with Apptio, the business management system of record for hybrid IT.

Together, the two companies are making it easier for organisations to pinpoint what IT assets they own and how much they actually cost.

For CFOs, this means staying... Source: RealWire
Irsquo;m often asked about paired private and public clouds, aka hybrid clouds. What are they? How do you use them? Should you use them?Irsquo;m not talking about hybrid clouds that are defined as traditional systems paired with public clouds or as multicloud architectures composed of more than one public cloud, but hybrid clouds as defined by NIST in 2011.

The definition is important because Irsquo;m finding that people use the “hybrid cloudrdquo; term very sloppily still.[ To the cloud! Real-world container migrations. | Dig into the the red-hot open source framework in InfoWorldrsquo;s beginnerrsquo;s guide to Docker. ]The problem with hybrid clouds is that they are typically defined to be paired private and public clouds, which is the correct definition.

The problem with this architecture is that they have the concept of “private cloudrdquo; in the architecture, and that dog does not seem to hunt anymore. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
By Gary Thome, VP and Chief Engineer, HPE Software-Defined and Cloud Group People who bet on horse races know that the most reliable information about a horse will come from those who are closest to that horse -- a trainer or someone working in the stable.

The idiom, straight from the horsersquo;s mouth, implies that someone has gotten even better information – a tip from the horse itself!Over the past two months, Irsquo;ve been writing articles about common public cloud concerns and why hybrid IT gives you the right mix of public cloud, private cloud, and on-premises solutions. Of course, I donrsquo;t expect you to take my word for it.

But maybe you will take advice from those who tried public cloud and have since moved to hybrid IT.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
The real victor was Microsoft, which built an empire on the back of a shadily acquired MS-DOS.
First Audi, now Porsche; the Le Mans hybrid class is in serious trouble.
By Paul Miller, Vice President of Marketing, HPE Software-defined and Cloud Group “Oh baby, baby, itrsquo;s a cloud world...itrsquo;s hard to get by just upon a public cloudhellip;”OK, so Irsquo;ve mangled Cat Stevensrsquo; 1971 classic song, Wild World, but you get the point.
Itrsquo;s a cloud world out there today — with enterprise IT departments moving to the cloud in record numbers.

But is it just public cloud? No, not by a long shot.To address the needs of various workloads, enterprises are turning to hybrid IT solutions.

A 2017 cloud computing trends survey found that 85% of enterprises are pursuing a multi-cloud strategy with each running workloads in an average of 1.8 public clouds and 2.3 private clouds.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
By Gary Thome, VP and Chief Engineer, HPE Software-Defined and Cloud Group Technology continues to move forward at a rapid pace. What seems innovative and exciting today can quickly become obsolete tomorrow.

For CIOs and those who select and implement IT infrastructure, these technologic advances create a myriad of opportunities.One innovation area that is receiving lots of attention is public cloudmdash;with many believing that it is the best thing since sliced bread. Yet, as Irsquo;ve discussed in previous articles, it has its limitations such asnbsp;high profile cloud outages, latency issues, high costs, financial risks, and questions regardingnbsp;control, security, and compliance.
So is public cloud still delivering all the IT advantages it had promised?To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Systems from Dell EMC, HPE, and Lenovo can now be ordered.
Five new EVs between 2019 and 2021, and every other new Volvo will be a hybrid.