EqualLogic founder Paula Long talks about how storage could be so much better; why all-flash storage ain’t all that and why folks who put all their work on Amazon’s cloud shouldn’t expect miracles.
The European Commission’s Viviane Reding proposes single set of data privacy rules for the whole region and we recap Structure:Europe.
The web is chock full of data, but it’s locked away in the form of websites. A startup called Import.io that hopes to unlock that data, won the Structure Europe Launchpad event on Wednesday.
The new cash will help Stackdriver automate not only the monitoring but the remedies to cloud infrastructure snafus, says co-founder Dan Belcher.
Samza is LinkedIn’s take on Twitter’s Storm engine for stream processing, only built on top of LinkedIn’s own Kafka messaging system. It’s the latest in a growing line of open source efforts from LinkedIn, and another notch in the belt for Hadoop.
When it comes to cloud services, webscale companies such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Tencent, and Baidu have an infrastructure advantage, which in turn allows them to sell cloud services to others. What does lack of such giants mean for Europe and European cloud ambitions?
For customers fearing ghosts of Christmas cloud outages past, Dell thinks the answer is cloud choice and multi-cloud management.
If you’re a developer and would like to road-test a DynamoDB app locally without incurring charges, you can now do so, says Amazon Web Services.
LogMeIn’s cloud platform for sharing data generated by the internet of things has created a partnership program and signed on two new partners.
On this week’s Structure Show, Andy Palmer who co-founded Vertica Systems and VoltDB shares what he thinks are the hottest opportunities in the new big data era.