Will AI Keep Pure “growing like a bat out of hell”?
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Will AI Keep Pure “growing like a bat out of hell”?

Having accelerated from start-up to top-five vendor in the red-hot flash array market, Pure Storage is looking for new heights to scale. While it still has plenty of opportunity remaining in the storage segment, it is trying to broaden its horizons with a number of new initiatives, including a data-centric architecture, storage as a service and one of the latest buzzword-bingo catchphrases, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine...

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Video: What Drives IT Complexity

ESG surveyed 651 global technology decision makers in our annual 2018 IT Spending Intentions Survey. In this video, I highlight some of the results most relevant to networking and cloud platforms. As part of the research, we asked respondents to identify the factors driving IT complexity. Three responses were accepted, and the top responses were: To read the complete article, CLICK...

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…On-premises Infrastructure Spending Trends…

ESG conducted research on the spending intentions of 651 IT decision makers to determine how 2018 may differ from previous years. We found out that the majority of organizations were largely going to keep their infrastructure spend flat or even reduce the amount they spend on infrastructure. For many organizations this can be attributed to two initiatives – Hyperconverged and Cloud.As more organizations drive more applications to...

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The New IT Normal and AWS

At the third annual Amazon Web Services user conference (AWS re:Invent 2014), SVP Andy Jassy stated that “cloud has become the new normal”. AWS claims more than 1 million active customers and the fastest revenue growth rate (>40%) of any multi-billion dollar enterprise IT vendor. As the trailblazer and leader of IaaS, AWS cannot be ignored by IT. There are only two types of companies: those officially using AWS and those whose users...

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Active Directory: Microsoft Azure’s Secret Weapon

In “Public Cloud Computing—Economics and Throats to Choke,” we pointed out that among the big four cloud vendors (Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and VMware), only one vendor offers both a complete on-premises offering and a public cloud offering and, at the same time, has complete technical and economic control of its software stack. That vendor would be Microsoft. In the post, we pointed out that Microsoft was in the unique position of...

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