VMware recently reached an agreement to acquire fellow Dell EMC family member Pivotal, the vendor it helped spin out back in 2012.
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Last week the two vendors announced a deep integration, allowing customers to run virtualised workloads on Google Cloud Platform.
Now that all of the major public cloud providers have a clearly defined hybrid cloud solution on the market we can start to compare.
Spanish travel giant Amadeus has moved its core Master Pricer application to the Google Cloud Platform, in the first step of an ambitious cloud migration strategy.
Cloudera has laid out its plans for a new combined data platform since merging with fellow open source big data vendor Hortonworks.
The architects of open source service mesh technology Istio and Envoy have broken off to set up an enterprise-grade solution aimed at large-scale customers.
US pharmacy giant Walgreens is looking to move all of its relational database needs to open source MariaDB as part of a broader shift towards the cloud and open source technologies.
Open source database specialist MariaDB is continuing its assault on the market leader Oracle, but is also setting its sights on the increasingly powerful cloud vendors.
Following its blockbuster $33 billion acquisition of Red Hat last year, IBM has clearly set out its strategy for the future, and it is all about the hybrid cloud.
The UK's Telegraph is migrating the vast majority of its technology stack to the Google Cloud Platform this year, marking a clear move away from AWS.
Dating app Tinder is using image recognition technology from Amazon Web Services to power its matching algorithm for premium users.
The newly merged Cloudera and Hortonworks will operate under the Cloudera brand, and is moving customers to a new, unified Cloudera Data Platform.
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Amazon Web Services is taking hybrid cloud more seriously through its partnership with VMware and a new product called Outposts.
AWS CEO Andy Jassy has talked up the depth of its cloud products compared to its rivals, as well as going after an old favourite target in Oracle.