Cloud Surprises - News Of The Week - August 17, 2015
Linux operating systems are responsible for 25% of activity on Microsoft Azure, the Microsoft cloud-computing service. That’s up from 20 percent in the fall and a surprising reality for the maker of Windows operating system.
Data Giants Fail To Take Their Own Advice
The top cloud providers like Google and IBM use their own cloud services for many purposes, but fear keep them from using the cloud for everything. Just like the rest of us, concerns about reliability and security have made it difficult to move the most critical computing tasks to the public cloud.
Amazon Outage Shows Need For Decentralization
A recent Amazon outage reveals the importance of duplicating and decentralizing your data, making migration automation that much more important for setting executing migration plans for the evolved data center.