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HPE and Microsoft Back Data Center Startup Mesosphere

Mesosphere, the data center startup commercializing open source technology that powers data centers for some of the most popular tech companies, including Apple, Netflix, Twitter, eBay, and Uber, has scored official backing from two giants in the enterprise data center space: Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Microsoft. Read more...

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Why Data Center Managers Should Care about DevOps

While developers and IT operations professionals have been excited about the concept of DevOps, data center operators, the people who run the infrastructure for the teams upstream, haven’t generally been involved in the conversation. Jack Story, distinguished technologist at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, thinks that is a mistake. Read more...

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After Killing its Own Public Cloud, Hewlett Packard Enterprise to Sell Microsoft Azure

A month after HP announced that it would kill its HP Helion public cloud service at the beginning of 2016, Hewlett Packard Enterprise said it will be working with Microsoft to sell Azure. Read more...

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Hölzle: Google Will be the Android in Cloud

After playing an oracle of sorts, asked to share his thoughts on the future of computing, Urs Hölzle ended up defending Google’s future in the enterprise cloud market on stage at GigaOm Structure in San Francisco Tuesday. Read more...

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Hosting Layer Accounts for 8 Percent of Enterprise Security Budgets: Cost of Cyber Crime Report

The annual cost of cybercrime for large organizations increased 13.9 percent in the fiscal year 2015 when measured in local currency, including a 29 percent increase in Russia, according to the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by HP Enterprise Security. Read more...

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