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The State Of Cloud Business Intelligence, 2019
"An all-time high 48% of organizations say cloud BI is either “critical” or “very important” to their operations in 2019. Organizations have more confidence in cloud BI than ever before, according to the study’s results. 2019 is seeing a sharp upturn in cloud BI’s importance, driven by the trust and credibility organizations have for accessing, analyzing and storing sensitive company data on cloud platforms running BI applications."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  amazon  web  services  analytics  aws  intelligence  cloud  bi  analysis  forecast  for  2019  computing  louis  columbus 
9 weeks ago by jonerp
Why Oracle’s Government Legal Battles Matter for Customers
"We are already seeing employees in the technology sector not wanting to work with the federal government or anyone else that they perceive to be part of the social justice problem. Employees are exerting pressure on executive management to forego government contracts that could be used to support issues with which they do not agree, like a boarder wall or military defense. This type of issue could impact Oracle with respect to hiring talent — and customers could also get pressure to no longer do business with Oracle."
oracle  aws  lawsuit  licensing 
february 2019 by jonerp
Event Report - AWS reinvent 2018 - Push, push - AI and hardware
"On the concern side, the AWS portfolio is broader and deeper than ever before. AWS keeps staying with the Chinese menu philosophy, and it means massive choice… but staying with the analogy, when a Chinese restaurant adds a full menu every year, even the most loyal customers will have a hard time to keep an overview of the menu – and manage to repeat-order the same dishes (aka products) at the next visit (aka implementation project)"
ai  aws  bi  cloud  constellation  research  google  holger  mueller  iaas  machine  learning  nextgen  compute  platform  paas  tensorflow 
december 2018 by jonerp
Where Cloud Computing Jobs Will Be In 2019
"The Hiring Scale is 78 for jobs that require cloud computing skill sets, with the average job post staying open 46 days. The higher the Hiring Scale score, the more difficult it is for employers to find the right applicants for open positions. Nationally an average job posting for an IT professional with cloud computing expertise is open 46 days. Please click on the graphic to expand for easier reading."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  amazon  web  services  aws  cloud  computing  employment  jobs  deloitte 
december 2018 by jonerp
Event Report - AWS reInvent 2017 - AWS grows and grows...
"One of the emerging concerns is around Machine Learning. Expectations that AWS may announces its own neural network and compete with Google’s TensorFlow seem unlikely to happen at this point. Who would have thought that AWS would enter multiple partnerships with Seattle neighbor Microsoft on Machine Learning? The risks for AWS are tangible, if any other IaaS vendor can show faster, cheaper and better Machine Learning performance, it will create a magnetic effect on data. And with data goes load, not to mention that Machine Learning itself creates a lot of load. And load is the mother milk of IaaS vendors success."
ai  alexa  aws  cloud  constellation  research  database  holger  mueller  iaas  machine  learning  nextgen  apps  paas  reinvent 
november 2018 by jonerp
What is the Difference Between an Application and a Platform and Why it Matters?
"Unfortunately, there are a number of reasons why SaaS vendors struggle to make the transition to platform vendors. First, it time-consuming and resource intensive. While investing in a platform and its associated services open up an opportunity to clean up technical debt, fixing architectural issues “under the covers” are typically less exciting that new features that generate more excitement from customers, partners and analysts."
featured  posts  technology  software  aws  cloud  computing  microsoft  azure  platform-thinking  saas 
september 2018 by jonerp
Oracle could be feeling cloud transition growing pains
"“Generally speaking, when a company chooses to reduce the amount of financial detail it shares on its key strategic initiatives, that is not a good sign. I think one of the justifications put forward is that is becoming difficult to differentiate between cloud and non-cloud revenues. If that is indeed what Oracle is claiming, I have a hard time buying into that argument. Its competitors are all moving in the opposite direction,” he said."
cloud  amazon  aws  marketshare  microsoft  oracle  synergy  research 
june 2018 by jonerp
Kubernetes won – so now what?
"For many enterprises AWS Lambda will be the the main on-ramp for a more modular style of development in the shape of function-based programming. Serverless abstracts all the gorp, so developers don’t need to worry about container or VM configuration, and can instead focus on writing code. Lambda is making massive inroads at enterprises and startups alike, but I would argue Kubernetes has plenty of runway ahead. One size never fits all in IT, and many enterprises like to manage things, whether they admit it or not. When you get outside the tech insider beltway, there’s plenty of on premise IT and applications to manage. Of course mainframes have been called “dead technology walking” since forever. We’ll see hybrids."
uncategorized  cncf  nats  aws 
may 2018 by jonerp
NetSuite on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure: What It Means for Customers
"But now, at NetSuite’s customer conference last month, NetSuite has announced its plans to migrate its application suite to OCI.

The fact that Oracle now owns NetSuite does not take away from the significance of this announcement. Although NetSuite has always been built on Oracle’s database, it has only been using the database for physical storage. (Salesforce takes a similar approach.) NetSuite built all of its administration and provisioning tools, including multitenant management, on top of the database. Although Oracle is currently in process of moving its Fusion customers to OCI, the move by NetSuite is a much larger workload—with tens of thousands of customer instances to migrate. If NetSuite and Oracle can accomplish this migration—and NetSuite executives repeatedly assured us that it will—it will be a major proof case establishing OCI as a platform for cloud ISVs."
crm  selection  erp  it  infrastructure  amazon  aws  azure  cloud  iaas  microsoft  netsuite  oracle 
may 2018 by jonerp
Yawn: Amazon cloud business just keeps rolling along
"A technology highlight at SuiteWorld 2018 is the introduction of machine intelligence to the NetSuite midmarket ERP platform for real-world use cases"
cloud  earnings  amazon  aws  azure  marketshare  google  platform  microsoft 
april 2018 by jonerp
Alibaba Cloud growing like gangbusters, but still far behind AWS and other market leaders - by @ron_miller
" Last week Chinese eCommerce giant Alibaba announced its Q3 earnings. Cloud revenue was $553 million, an impressive 104 percent year-over-year increase. That comes out to a run rate in the range of $2.2 billion, well behind Google which announced it is pulling in a billion dollars a quarter and still buried behind the market leaders all of whom reported around $4 billion+ a quarter."
cloud  tc  alibaba  aws  market  share  synergy  research 
february 2018 by jonerp
Greening the Cloud: Comparing the Renewable Energy Credentials of the Hyperscale Providers - by @fintanr
"Most large enterprises will struggle both to run data centers as efficiently as the hyperscale providers and to leverage their data centers to influence public policy or the make-up of power grids.

If there are green criteria to your projects, considering one of the hyperscale providers will serve you well."
aws  business  cio  cloud  cto  data  featured-data  google  infrastructure  microsoft  sustainability 
february 2018 by jonerp
Red Hat Acquires CoreOS To Emerge As A Strong Leader In Container Space - by @krishnan
"Today, Red Hat, the open source company focussed on enterprise IT, announced the acquisition of CoreOS, its competitor in the container market (Red Hat press release). This is clearly shaking up the enterprise application platform market and, definitely, the Kubernetes community."
open  source  aws  azure  containers  coreos  developers  google  ibm  kubernetes  linux  openshift  oracle 
february 2018 by jonerp
By 2020 83% Of Enterprise Workloads Will Be In The Cloud - by @louiscolumbus
"83% Of Enterprise Workloads Will Be In The Cloud By 2020. LogicMonitor’s survey is predicting that 41% of enterprise workloads will be run on public cloud platforms (Amazon AWS, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Cloud, Microsoft Azure and others) by 2020. An additional 20% are predicted to be private-cloud-based followed by another 22% running on hybrid cloud platforms by 2020. On-premise workloads are predicted to shrink from 37% today to 27% of all workloads by 2020."
business  technology  software  amazon  aws  re:invent  web  services  byline=louis  columbus  cloud  computing  enterprise  adoption  landscape 
january 2018 by jonerp
The Commodity Container Story - by @fintanr
"This actually raises one of the thornier questions around using bleeding edge software such as Kubernetes. Enterprises, even the most forward looking, are somewhat conservative – and as such are generally going to be running at least one release behind (in areas such as operating systems we frequently see upgrades, beyond security patches, running out at least 18 months and beyond). There is a reason long term support is a lucrative source of revenue for vendors."
aws  business  cio  cloud  native  cto  devops  infrastructure  orchestration  research  serverless  strategy 
december 2017 by jonerp
Voice and the Future of the Platform Companies - by @fintanr
"We have entered into an era where massive scale is a differentiator – and companies are happy to share the underlying work that has facilitated them operating at scale. Much of the emerging technology landscape, from cloud native to artificial intelligence, is being shaped by projects that companies, like Google and Facebook, have had a hand in either inspiring or creating. But if their revenue streams begin to be threatened will the model of openly publishing research and contributing to various projects change?"
aws  business  cio  cloud  native  deep  learning  strategy 
december 2017 by jonerp
Recent cloud revenue statements and share price hikes - by @monkchips
"Microsoft is now in a good place. The Satya Nadella revolution is now translating from halo effect to sustained financial performance. Having said two years ago that it would reach $20bn in cloud revenues by 2018 it actually breezed through that mark this year. Azure revenues grew 90% during the quarter. Microsoft’s Office 365 growth rates have now fallen to 42%, but that’s on a sizeable customer base – 120m active users. Microsoft has also now the subscription corner, driving more revenue from Office 365 than traditional licensing."
uncategorized  aphabet  aws  gcp  ibm 
november 2017 by jonerp
post Dockercon some thoughts on functions and serverless and services and containers and complexity
"I was expecting more detail to follow, but none was forthcoming. I guess we can safely assume Docker is working on serverless, which certainly shouldn’t surprise us, but to mention it in the keynote, and then never say anything else about it was interesting. I couldn’t work out if there some news that in the end that didn’t get announced, or whether Singh was just putting forward a teaser."
uncategorized  aws  azure  docker  google  gcp  kubernetes  puppet 
october 2017 by jonerp
How Workday Bridges the Gap between Amazon and OpenStack
"“What I will strongly recommend is to build something,” Magana advised. “I keep calling it ‘middleware,’ but something that abstracts the back-end platform, your pipeline system, from the way to deliver your application artifact to production. I strongly recommend that.”

It is nothing like Aporeto’s CEO described it: succumbing to the relentless will of a monopolistic beast with its sights set on world domination. If anything, Workday’s strategy is a do-it-yourself program for making global public cloud deployment viable for an organization that is not, and may not ever be, rooted there to begin with."
case  study  technology  top  stories  amazon  ec2  container  service  web  services  aws  re:invent  2016  chef  continuous  integration  and  deployment  gerrit  jenkins  middleware 
october 2017 by jonerp
Microsoft and AWS could be the strangest cloud bedfellows yet - by @ron_millerr
"Hell did not freeze over, but something remarkable has happened: Microsoft and AWS announced they are working on a project together. Project Gluon is an open-source, deep learning project for building, deploying and managing machine learning models."
cloud  tc  microsoft  aws  salesforce  machine  learning  project  gluon 
october 2017 by jonerp
Oracle Cloud Strategy – An Analysis - by @krishnan
"Oracle., the enterprise giant of the legacy era, hosted their annual user conference Oracle OpenWorld last week shed some more light on their cloud strategy. Oracle made some announcements focussed on cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence, and Blockchain but it came out more like an organization trying to jumpstart their vehicle to catch up with competition."
infrastructure  aws  azure  containers  google  cloud  openworld  2017  oracle  iaas 
october 2017 by jonerp
AWS fires back at Larry Ellison’s claims, saying it’s just Larry being Larry - by @ron_miller
" When Oracle chairman Larry Ellison announced his company’s new autonomous database product at the Oracle OpenWorld conference keynote, he took several minutes to disparage AWS, one of his chief rivals in the cloud market. As market leader, Amazon stands firmly in Ellison’s crosshairs, but AWS took exception to his comments, and decided to issue a public rebuke."
cloud  enterprise  tc  oracle  aws  openworld  17  larry  ellison  elasticity 
october 2017 by jonerp
News Analysis - Oracle Unveils New Programs that Transform how Customers Buy and Consume Cloud – Gloves Off - by @holgermu
"For the industry, its key to watch how well Oracle can move customers to cloud (or cloud at customer). For Oracle competitors, massive potential could disappear. As Constellation estimates that 30-40% of on premise systems are either Oracle systems, or systems so closely connected to an Oracle system – this is a key development to watch – to determine the overall move of the on-premise load to public cloud (the other one is the VMware / AWS partnership)."
aws  cloud  constellation  research  database  futurist  holger  mueller  iaas  oracle  paas  saas  strategic  advisor 
september 2017 by jonerp
Cloud Native Technologies in the Fortune 100 - by @fintanr
"Container usage, which, at its most basic level ostensibly maps to developers using Docker, is running at 71% across Fortune 100 companies. Kubernetes usage is running in some form at 54%, and Cloud Foundry usage is at 50%. In terms of public references with commercial suppliers Cloud Foundry leads the way, with twelve of the Fortune 100 publicly stating they are using Cloud Foundry, Docker and Kubernetes both have two public references. It is important to note that while public references are an interesting proxy, they are but the tip of the iceberg and in our conversations we hear of substantially more usage of the gambit of cloud native technologies."
aws  business  cio  cloud  foundry  native  containers  cto  infrastructure  research 
september 2017 by jonerp
Virtual Panel: VMworld 2017 Recap - by @krishnan
"Yesterday, we hosted a Virtual Panel on VMworld 2017 talking about the news that came out of VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas last week. The panelists are: John Allwright, Pivotal Inc Rob Bissett, Virtustream Scott Fulton, The New Stack Bryan Friedman, Pivotal Inc Krishnan Subramanian, Rishidot Research (Moderator)."
virtual  panels  aws  containers  docker  google+  kubernetes  pivotal  pks  vmware  vmworld.  vmworld  2017  vmworld17 
september 2017 by jonerp
Pivotal Container Service – A Quick Analysis - by @krishnan
"One way to compete is to highlight the technical strength of CloudFoundry platform against Kubernetes and find a way to sell into enterprise accounts. But the momentum in Kubernetes is too strong for Pivotal to spend their sales cycles fighting Kubernetes. A smarter move is to support Kubernetes and add a layer of abstraction to hide its complexities. This is exactly what Pivotal is trying to achieve with this announcement. The key thing to notice here is BOSH as the glue to Kubernetes world (more about it later)."
infrastructure  platforms  amazon  aws  azure  bosh  containers  google  cloud  google+  kubernetes  microsoft  openshift 
august 2017 by jonerp
So about this Dell digital transformation story. Pivots. - by @monkchips
"How do VMware and Pivotal begin to mesh? How does RSA become a big data company? These are gnarly questions in their own right, and of course public cloud isn’t going away. Dell, as an infrastructure company itself, isn’t in a position to simply cede infrastructure to AWS, as Salesforce and Heroku can. Dell needs to be in the cloud infrastructure game, and as things stand it simply isn’t. Microsoft is there, Google is pushing hard, Oracle has stepped up dramatically in cloud of late. IBM acquired SoftLayer, but is now focusing on platform services to move up the stack."
cloud  native  aws  azure  bluemix  ci  cd  digital  transformation  emc  gcp  google  ibm 
august 2017 by jonerp
So What’s Up with Oracle Cloud? - by @monkchips
"Microsoft has done a stellar job of turning around its reputation. A change of CEO was required to really cement the change, but we don’t expect this at Oracle. Today when we talk to commercial open source software companies they pretty much uniformly say Azure is the best cloud to negotiate and partner with. Oracle is going to need a similar perception change if it really wants to change the game in terms of engineering-led adoption."
clo  aws  azure  google  cloud  platform  kubernetes  oracle  sidecar 
july 2017 by jonerp
The incredible shrinking time to legacy. On Time to Suck as a metric for dev and ops - by @monkchips
"Turns out of course it’s not just Developer Time To Suck that is shrinking. Operations is heading the same way. Folks at Pivotal are saying that operating systems don’t matter, as we’ve moved further up the stack. Cloud Native is a proxy for saying much the same thing. But then, something is being written right now that will supplant Kubernetes. If we’re not running our own environments in house, operations disposability become increasingly realistic. Cattle not pets, for everything."
developers  hadoop  mongodb  node.js  pivotal  aws 
july 2017 by jonerp
Delighting the customer by pushing decisions out to the edge. More on Pret - by @monkchips
"To me it’s about happy employees that feel like they can make decisions, rather than waiting for a computer to tell them what to do. You don’t need AI or machine learning, or aggressive tracking, to identify good customers and treat them well. You just need a good culture. A lot of tech businesses could learn from this. Happiness is hard to fake, but it definitely improves customer experiences."
uncategorized  aws 
june 2017 by jonerp
How AWS And Azure Competing Is Improving Public Cloud Adoption - by @louiscolumbus
"Only 37% of current Azure users expect to add or replace their Public Cloud provider, compared to 53% of current AWS users and 50% of GCP users. The study found that approximately 40% of respondents expect to add or replace their cloud provider in the next two years, compared to 43% who predicted that last year. Companies who have adopted Microsoft Azure are least likely to replace/add other vendors, as only 37% of current Azure users expect to add or replace, compared to 53% of current AWS users and 50% of GCP users."
business  featured  posts  amazon  aws  web  services  security  cloud  computing  landscape  louis  columbus'  blog  saas  early  adopter  research  economics 
june 2017 by jonerp
What is GraphQL and why should you care? The future of APIs - by @monkchips
"In summary GraphQL maps pretty well to new API-driven models such as serverless. Michael Hunger from Neo4j feels REST is worth retiring. That said, technologies don’t die overnight. REST is hardly going to disappear overnight. But for a class of problems for high scale sites it’s we’re going to see significant adoption of GraphQL. The Google Trends chart at the top of the page shows growing interest in GraphQL and gRPC – GraphQL is blue. GraphQL maps to external consumption of APIs, with gRPC for internal. They’re both clearly spiking in interest."
uncategorized  aws 
june 2017 by jonerp
Strategic Technology: Cloud Native Data Science - by @fintanr
"But there are serious difficulties. Standing up and maintaining Hadoop infrastructure is not for the faint hearted. As my colleague, James Governor, recently noted “that giant sucking sound is the sound of Hadoop being sucked into the cloud”. To paraphrase the “infrastructure as a product” mantra that we heard from the team at OpenAI, your big data infrastructure needs to be self-service and easily extendable. We have noted in the past that your big data infrastructure is just dial tone. The ability of your team to use it efficiently is far more important."
aws  business  cio  cloud  native  containers  cto  data  deep  learning  machine  strategy 
june 2017 by jonerp
“Serverless and the the death of devops”. Can you not? - by @monkchips
"I appreciate the power of a good headline. I used to be a journalist. I am the guy that recently wrote how AWS is demolishing the cult of youth. But the whole Death of DevOps thing is getting a little old. Frankly in tech nothing ever dies."
uncategorized  aws  devops  gcp  serverless 
june 2017 by jonerp
That giant sucking sound? Hadoop moving into the cloud - by @monkchips
"Even in the cloud though it promises elastic scalability, capacity planning is an issue – what happens when your Hadoop cluster grows out of the sizing you have set up on AWS Cloud? Hadoop and associated tooling carries a fairly significant management overhead. While the distribution players can mitigate these issues to some extent, the alternative is managed serviced from AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP."
featured  posts  technology  software  aws  azure  big  data  bigquery  bigtable  gcp  google  hadoop  microsoft 
may 2017 by jonerp
Event Report - Red Hat Summit 2017 - The New Kids on the Block are thriving - by @holgermu
"We had the opportunity to attend Red Hats yearly user conference Red Hat Summit in Boston, held May 2nd till 4th 2017, at the Boston Convention Center. The conference was well attended with over 6000 attendees, a new record for Red Hat. In its 13th edition, I took note of the international customer base, reflected also in the Red Hat innovation awards."
aws  cloud  constellation  research  containers  futurist  holger  mueller  jboss  linux  nextgenapps  redhat  trusted  advisor 
may 2017 by jonerp
DockerCon: The Enterprise Cometh - by @fintanr
"Docker have been working steadily over the last few years to build strong enterprise relationships, and when it comes to the enterprise the big three are IBM, Microsoft and Oracle. The announcement of Oracle offerings within the Docker Store marks a significant moment in this evolution."
aws  business  cloud  native  community  conferences  containers  infrastructure  microservices  orchestration 
april 2017 by jonerp
On multi-cloud tradeoffs and the paradox of openness - by @monkchips
"Avoid platform specific APIs and calls – an obvious aspect of ensuring application portability across clouds. Easier said than done though in an age of serverless, PaaS, and micro-services, with developers making use of whatever is nearest to hand to solve a problem. The swift adoption of Amazon Lambda shows just how attractive an event-based model for taking advantage of cloud platform services can be, and with great power comes great lock in.I BM sought to create its own Open source serverless model in the shape of OpenWhisk, but serverless is really about managed platform services and as such tends by definition towards lock in. Amazon is the only third party adopter."
uncategorized  aws  cloud  chef  docker  multicloud  rdb  red  hat  mta 
april 2017 by jonerp
15 Top Paying IT Certifications In 2017 - by @louiscolumbus
"All five AWS certifications available pay above market with the average salary being $125,591. Global Knowledge found that each of the five available AWS certifications pays above $100,000 a year. There’s clearly a shortage of certified AWS architects available today, as IT organizations often compete to hire IT professionals with this and more AWS certifications. Please see the Global Knowledge post, What It Takes To Earn a Top-Paying AWS Certification for additional details."
featured  posts  technology  software  15  top  paying  it  certifications  in  2017  aws  training  cloud  computing 
april 2017 by jonerp
Google’s Enterprise Ambitions – Google Cloud Next ’17 Report - by @krishnan
"I have long been advocating that Google’s path to relevance in the cloud is through Machine Learning and AI. I heard the same from various enterprise customers in this conference. One of Google’s strengths is in big data and, with the announcements related to Machine Learning, they are positioning themselves as the go-to cloud for ML workloads. Google’s machine learning engine and Google Vision API is now generally available."
conference  report  artificial  intelligence  aws  lambda  azure  enterprise  gae  gcp  google  cloud  next  17  ibm 
march 2017 by jonerp
Down Report - Human error takes AWS S3 down in US-EAST-1 - and it is felt - 3.8 Cloud Load Toads - by @holgermu
"MyPOV – Certainly production and billing systems need to be connected, and in many scenarios the production system can create issues with the load triggered for the billing system. But a production system should never be able to be stopped by an administrative system, like a billing system. Production should be kept running, billing can be worried about later. It is likely that the S3 billing system (my speculation) is using S3, too – creating a potential recursive dependency. Needless to say – these systems should be isolated."
amazon  aws  cloud  load  toads  constellation  research  down  report  holger  mueller  iaas  lessons  learnt 
march 2017 by jonerp
Serverless is the new Multitenancy - by @anshublog
"With serverless architecture, we are seeing a whole new range of applications emerging. When it comes to IOT, mobile apps and realtime big data, serverless architecture can be a huge advantage.

Amazon Lambda is seen as a clear leader in this space while other products like PubNub Blocks and Azure Functions are also buiding on the same idea. In a few years, every cloud platform will have to support some form of serverless architecture."
featured  posts  technology  software  aws  serverless 
march 2017 by jonerp
Ambitious Alibaba takes aim at the kings of cloud computing - by @ron_miller
"Like AWS, Alibaba Cloud began with smaller customers, but as it sets its sights higher in the market, it wants to lure enterprise customers to the platform. The company says that it has proven it can handle the workload from larger customers based on its abilities to handle its own massive e-commerce and financial services businesses."
asia  cloud  enterprise  tc  alibaba  aliyun  aws  market  china 
february 2017 by jonerp
Briefing Notes: Oracle IaaS - by @krishnan
"Even though they are late by close to a decade, Oracle has moved into the public cloud space. They are clearly disadvantaged at this point in terms of richness of developer and other higher order services on top of their IaaS. But we expect them to fill the gap through acquisitions and compete hard with AWS."
briefing  notes  amazon  aws  azure  baremetal  cloud  infrastructure  containers  google  google+  ibm  microsoft  oracle 
january 2017 by jonerp
Progress Report - Salesforce has a platform vision - 2017 it has to get real - by @holgermu
"On the differentiation side, we are not so sure if Salesforce has hit the mark, but that would require more detailed product roadmap / plan analysis than a 2 day analyst meeting can deliver. What is clear is that for the first-time Salesforce is offering a strategic path to rid itself of its in-house infrastructure. As founder Parker Harris correctly observed, IaaS was not around when Salesforce was started… but by now it is best practice for a SaaS (and PaaS) provider to be based on an IaaS and leave the heavy lifting (and investing) to the IaaS players."
aws  cloud  constellation  research  crm  futurist  holger  mueller  musings  nextgen  apps  nextgenapps  paas  salesforce  strategic  advisor 
january 2017 by jonerp
Q4 2016 NextGen Apps Developments & Trends Shootout - by @holgermu
It can't get much better for AWS - with two events sparring with each other. And while the AWS and VMware partnership could be the latter vendor's 'last hurray' in regards of vitalization, it also shows the market influence AWS has by now (read here). But nothing showed that more than AWS reInvent. AWS is not slowing down and the conference has become the IT world get together, replacing VMworld (minus the hardware vendors) read here. "
aws  cloudfoundry  constellation  research  google  holger  mueler  ibm  mapr  microsoft  nextgen  apps  salesforce  sap  shootout 
december 2016 by jonerp
Event Report - AWS reInvent 2016 - Growth at full speed - by @holgermu
"On the concern side, AWS was not able to deliver a major ‘All in’ customer to the two keynotes, admittedly GE is a tough act to follow, but I would have expected to see more public traction. Instead we had repeat keynote presenters, e.g. FINRA. Nothing wrong with this, good to see an update. The event was well visited from an international perspective, but apart from ENEL, I didn’t recall non-North American customers presenting."
amazon  aws  cloud  constellation  research  holger  mueller  iaas  nextgen  apps  nextgenapps  paas  reinvent 
december 2016 by jonerp
First Take - AWS reInvent - 1st Keynote - AWS enters the hardware business - and much more - by @holgermu
"On the concern side, AWS has an issue of riches. With growing new capabilities from 700 to 1000 year over year - it is a lot for customers, prospects and partners to digest. I asked Jassy in Q&A and it is clear that AWS - at least for now - is not concerned about this. Architects help customers to walk through the challenge to find the right services for their use case is the answer."
amazon  aws  cloud  constellation  research  digital  disruption  transformation  futurist  holger  mueller  iaas  paas  reinvent  saas 
december 2016 by jonerp
News Analysis - VMware has found AWS as its public cloud IaaS - by @holgermu
"MyPOV -Describes well what the partnership is about – keep VM formats, images, tools, practices and seamlessly gain an outlet to the public cloud, in this case AWS. Similar to the IBM partnership announced earlier this year (see our analysis here) both VMware and AWS will work together to provide this seamless services. Effectively VMware on AWS creates what VMware promised a long time with vCloudAir - only the hardware comes from AWS this time."
amazon  aws  cloud  constellation  research  data  center  dell  emc  holger  mueller  iaas  nextgenapps  paas  sddc 
october 2016 by jonerp
Event Report - Salesforce Dreamforce #df16 - It's not about Einstein - but the platform - by @holgermu
On the concern side, time is off the essence for Salesforce. Key competitors in e.g. CRM as well as platform have made that move already and do not have to pay the tax for a dual platform in all phases of the software development lifecycle. The problem is that Salesforce product development speed is not moving breathtaking fast, e.g. an indicator is that the Sales Cloud has not fully moved to the new Lightning user experience / platform, that was announced …. at Dreamforce… 2014."
aws  constellation  research  crm  dreamforce  futurist  heroku  holger  mueller  nextgen  apps  nextgenapps  paas  platform  salesforce 
october 2016 by jonerp
First Take - SAP BW/4HANA - Data Gravity and Cloud win - by @holgermu
"A few days ago SAP formally launched its newest offering, its BW product as BW/4HANA. No surprised on HANA, as it dominates branding with SAP these days, the 4HANA suggests a sister relationship to the OLTP / ERP S/4HANA."
aws  bi  bw  4hana  cloud  constellation  research  data  warehouse  holger  mueller  in  memory  nextgen  apps  s4  hana 
september 2016 by jonerp
Google’s Diane Greene talks AWS and machine learning at TechCrunch Disrupt - by @ron_miller
"As for competing with AWS and Microsoft, who both offer that same value proposition, she says they can speak to customers on an engineer to engineer level, as well as offer a competitive price and highly efficient data centers. As she pulls the company together in a more organized fashion under her leadership, they can take advantage of these factors to continue growing."
cloud  disrupt  sf  2016  enterprise  events  tc  google  diane  greene  aws 
september 2016 by jonerp
Event Report - AWS re-Invent - AWS lobbies for the enterprise - DB and IoT are the cheese - by @holgermu
"On the concern side we see that AWS needs to find new ways to distribute knowledge, partnership with SIs are only one path, It's tough for anyone to stay on top of the innovation and the Venetian / Sands is bursting at the seams. And AWS needs to reach more of a enterprise audience - beyond the traditional developer audience of re-Invent conferences."
amazon  aws  cloud  iot  nextgen  apps  platform  reinvent 
october 2015 by jonerp
Why Amazon wins | Innovate the core, innovate to transform - by @bhc3
"Amazon provides a powerful example of how companies should approach their innovation portfolios. Despite claims that sustaining innovations are a recipe for mediocrity, Amazon has shown there’s plenty of value innovating on your core. What aids Amazon in this case is a clear mission, a sense of what they want to accomplish and a CEO who continually acts on it."
business  featured  posts  amazon  prime  aws  fire  phone  google  innovation  jobs  to  be  done  jtbd  kindle  mba 
september 2015 by jonerp
News Analysis - Salesforce Announces Salesforce App Cloud - A Unified Platform for Building Connected Apps, Fast - It’s all com - by @holgermuing together, across the clouds
"Good to see Salesforce moving Heroku closer to the overall platform. As much as Heroku was and is its standalone platform, the value for Salesforce customer was and is to connect Heroku projects with their existing Force.com based products and projects. Making it easier for customers is always a good move and will be highly welcome"
app  cloud  aws  data  center  heroku  nextgen  apps  paas  salesforce  salesforce1 
september 2015 by jonerp
Is Learning To Code Becoming Business-Critical? - by @mgboydcom
"What is becoming important now, is that for management to truly understand what “digital transformation” means for their business and industry — to be able to understand and pre-empt opportunities in data science, real-time feedback, continuous delivery and customer-centric product design — will at some point require a knowledge of coding and a solid overview of distributed architecture design."
technology  top  stories  amazon  aws  coding  mangement 
september 2015 by jonerp
Event Report - VMware VMworld 2015 - VMware stays the course - executes - progresses on fight for long term relevance - by @holgermu
"What we know from VMware customers is that the partner approach to public cloud is not working, contracts, costs and SLAs need to be negotiated separately across geographic regions (as there is no global partner) and that is less attractive than negotiating with the public cloud vendors. But no vendor knows better what enterprises run, leveraging that know how will require (IMHO) more VMware data centers."
aws  cloud  emc  euc  private  vdi  virtualization  vmware  vmworld 
september 2015 by jonerp
Leapfrogging AWS and Winning the Cloud War - by @alexwilliams
"The cloud computing infrastructure and platform market is expected to be a $43 billion market by 2018 and account for 11 percent of enterprise IT spending. At this point in the war, we can say that AWS is the winner of the cloud infrastructure market segment only. The platform market (and what I believe is the more lucrative segment) is still up for grabs"
technology  top  stories  activestate  aws  iaas  paas 
june 2015 by jonerp
News Analysis - Google does it again (lower prices for Google Cloud Platform), enterprises take notice - by @holgermu
"This morning’s Google release the news about more price reductions for Google Cloud Platform, with the catchy tag line ‘pay less, compute Moore’. Yes Moore (and not more) as Google has promised to pass on the savings from Moore’s Law to customers."
amazon  aws  azure  cloud  google  platform  microsoft 
may 2015 by jonerp
News Analyis - NetSuite announced Cloud Alliance with Microsoft - by @holgermu
"At NetSuite’s user conference SuiteWorld in San Jose, CEO Zach Nelson announced a partnership with Microsoft. Satya Nadella was at hand (via pre-recorded video, I guess he is busy in Chicago at Microsoft Ignite) to comment on the partnership, too. The announcement came as a surprise, as in general NetSuite has been seen (maybe wrongely) to be in Oracle’s’ back pocket technology wise."
amazon  aws  azure  cloud  cloudsuite  microsoft  netsuite  office365  partner  partnership  suiteworld  windows 
may 2015 by jonerp
Progress Report - Oracle Cloud makes progress - but key work remains in the cellar - by @holgermu
"No questions Oracle is making a lot of progress with its cloud products. And Oracle is doing a great job at making them leverage each other (I would love to see the dependency diagrams) – while making sure they have a standalone business benefit as a singular product. Oracle is also more granular than other vendors with an enterprise software or hardware background moving to the cloud, but Oracle has to make sure the offerings don’t get too complex and remain easy to understand, market and sell, later implement and operate."
aws  cloud  google  platform  iaas  ibm  oracle  hcm  paas  saas  softlayer  clouds 
may 2015 by jonerp
Amazon splits out AWS numbers, market goes crazy making wrong assumptions - by @dahowlett
"Surprise surprise, Amazon Web Services is profitable - sort of but it masks underlying issues."
earnings  reports  Amazon  AWS  clouds 
april 2015 by jonerp
Amazon Finally Reveals The Size Of Its Massive Cloud Computing Business
"The public finally knows a little more about Amazon's 9 year old cloud computing businesss Amazon Web Services. The company for the first time broke out revenue and profit figures for AWS, saying it had $1.57 billion in sales in the first quarter of this year and $265 million in profit, up from a $245 million profit and $1.05 billion in sales in the first quarter of last year. AWS's margins, however, declined to 16.9% from 23.3% in the first quarter of last year. "
Amazon  clouds  AWS 
april 2015 by jonerp
Event Report - AWS pushes the platform with Analytics and Storage [From the Fences] - by @holgermu
"AWS is holding their kickoff to the by now traditional worldwide AWS Summit conference tour. And as in the last years Amazon kicked the event series off in San Francisco. Given that the April timing is almost half a year away from AWS’s yearly re-invent conference in Las Vegas, it is a key update time for AWS. And a key update time it was – with almost as many press release and blog posts as re-invent, quite a challenge to sort through the news. "
Amazon  AWS 
april 2015 by jonerp
News Analysis - Pivotal makes CloudFoundry more about multi-cloud - by @holgermu
"On March 24th Pivotal announced that it will support deployments to Amazon Web Services (AWS) per ‘one click’ from its Cloud Foundry product."
amazon  aws  azure  bluemix  cloud  foundry  iaas  ibm  microsoft  openshift  openstack  oracle  paas 
march 2015 by jonerp
First Take - IBM InterConnect Day #1 Keynote - BlueMix, SoftLayer, Watson - by @holgermu
"It is end of February and it is time to make it to Las Vegas for IBM InterConnect, the new mega IBM event, combining three separate previous events. Spanning from Mandalay Bay to MGM Grand it will for sure get those health tracker stats up – but better one mega event than 3 trips… "
amazon  aws  azure  bluemix  cloud  cognitive  computing  google  ibm  oracle  paas  softlayer  watson 
february 2015 by jonerp
As the cloud turns: AWS tops, but look out for Microsoft's Azure - by @ldignan
"Cloud decisions for enterprises are shifting back to central IT; Amazon Web Services leads; Microsoft's Azure surges and there's a lot of headroom left for infrastructure as a service."
clouds  AWS  Azure 
february 2015 by jonerp
First Take - SAP launches S/4HANA - The good, the challenge & the concern - by @holgermu
"Sideshow vs Main Act - While R/3 was a 2nd product to the main product R/2 – S/4HANA is SAP’s go to product that needs to evolve fast and carry revenue load quickly."
aws  bigdata  cloud  fusion  google  hadoo  hana  ibm  in  memory  infor  oracle  s 
february 2015 by jonerp
News Analysis - VMware makes progress towards the (hybrid) cloud - now let's watch the adoption - by @holgermu
"Holger takes apart another press release..."VMware seems to have made February the month of the cloud and is promising 28 days of Cloud Insight (see more here). VMware execs must be pretty confident that they have enough material – as they did not even include the recently (well last week) announced partnership with Google (more here). So let’s dissect the press release from February 2nd 2015 that kicked off a webinar series lead by VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger and CTO Ben Fathi."
aws  datacenter  high  availabilty  hp  ibm  openstack  oracle  softlayer  software  defined  virtualization  vmware  vmworld 
february 2015 by jonerp

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