Cloud Systems

Supermicro Announces New Cloud-Scale Enterprise Systems

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Super Micro Computer, Inc., a global leader in enterprise computing, storage, networking solutions and green computing technology, announced that it is offering proven cloud-scale, enterprise system configurations including the multi-node BigTwin and SuperBlade along with a 1U Cloud Storage system.

These proven Supermicro cloud system configurations have already been deployed across the entire range of datacenter environments including cloud service providers (CSPs), media streaming, e-commerce, social, telecommunications, semiconductor, OpenStack, artificial intelligence (AI), content delivery networks (CDN), and hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI). These systems are cloud optimized for scale-out, high performance at maximum density and software defined storage. 

Microsoft Corporation And Dell Inc. Reveal The "Dell Hybrid Cloud System" Based On Azure

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Microsoft Corporation and Dell Inc. announced yesterday a new joint venture, with the release of a new product called the Dell Hybrid Cloud System, designed for purpose-built Dell hardware to accommodate on-premise data centers for companies. The new Microsoft cloud software has arrived a couple of years after the two companies revealed the Cloud Platform System premium Software powered by Dell, which was a larger cloud-in-a-box service compared to the latest platform.

Hybrid cloud computing implements a combination of on-premise equipment, private cloud and public cloud services while synchronizing resources between multiple cloud environments. Moor Insights & Strategy’s cloud services lead predicts 80% of businesses will adopt cloud based solutions in the next five years, instead of betting on enterprise-based applications...

Fog Computing Aims to Reduce Processing Burden of Cloud Systems

Grazed from eWeek.  Author: Jeff Burt.
Cisco Systems officials have spent much of the year talking about extending the cloud with "the fog."  In January, the networking giant introduced its fog computing vision, the idea of bringing cloud computing capabilities—from applications and data analytics to processing, networking and storage—to the edge of the network, closer to the rapidly growing number of end-user devices that are consuming cloud services and generating the increasingly massive amount of data.

Cisco officials also unveiled the company's IOx platform, designed to bring distributed computing to the network edge.
Earlier this month, the vendor rolled out the next phase of IOx, which included adding to the list of Cisco products that support the platform and the list of partners involved...