The startup’s take on software-defined storage allows users to partition high-speed storage into individual clusters that virtual machines can take advantage of.
A partnership between Google and Mesosphere further’s Google’s strategy to sell the world on its way of automating applications and resources. Cluster management is important — even sexy when wrapped in the lore of Google or Facebook — and now Google claims it’s easier than ever.
There’s a video playing on your car’s dashboard, and it looks like an Android app: Android Auto is just one of a growing number of platforms using video streams to virtualize apps.
The data analytics company has a product to help users of VMware environments keep track of all their virtual infrastructure and discover performance issues.
Tail-f Systems specializes is one of the new breed of telecom companies virtualizing telephone and mobile networks in the cloud. It’s specialization is an obscure part of the network called the OSS.
Google open sourced a Docker-centric tool called Kubernetes that lets its cloud computing customers automate their resource management similar to how Google does it internally. It’s part of a sustained approach to prove Google’s chops as a cloud provider by pushing its vision of computing.
On this week’s Structure Show, we discussed how VMware handles automation both for its customers and in its own cloud, and how a startup called Mesosphere wants to turn parts of that approach on their head by taking inspiration from Google and Twitter.
Canonical founder and space traveler Mark Shuttleworth came on the Structure Show this week to discuss Ubuntu’s role as the operating system of choice for cloud computing. As OpenStack takes precedence over the operating system, he argues, Red Hat’s licensing can’t last.
AT&T is taking the first steps toward transforming its network into a data center. It’s not touching the cellular network — at least not yet — but it will start virtualizing its mobile core and application infrastructure.
Intel is seeking to make its processors a key component of mobile networks, and its influence is starting to be felt. At Mobile World Congress, Intel revealed its working with numerous carriers and equipment makers.