Snowflake Computing unfurled an automated service that makes it possible to ingest data in near real time into its namesake data warehouse as a service hosted on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
It seems that the data center industry is still feeling its way through the conversion from hardware-centric to software-centric infrastructure, leaving open the possibility that no single architecture will dominate the future.
Some leading experts are saying that container technology is so revolutionary that it threatens to supplant the operating system as the linchpin of the data stack.
HPE is now moving to make advanced analytics a standard element of its storage portfolio that comes embedded on all its systems.
Computer vision seems to be gaining its own identity as a standalone discipline that can be deployed in many different ways.
The Liqid Grid fabric switch essentially turns all elements of a data center into pods that can be managed using Liqid Command Center software that can be accessed via a GUI or a REST-based API.
Organizations of all sizes now want to be able to treat IT as an operational cost without necessarily having to sacrifice the benefits of a single-tenant IT environment.