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Qubole announces expanded partnership with Google Cloud
"With this expanded partnership, Qubole is providing a powerful analytics service for Apache Spark and Hadoop on Google Cloud."
Cohesity unveils backup service for Google Cloud
Cohesity announced the release of a new SaaS solution that delivers enterprise-grade backup and recovery for applications running on Google Cloud.
Canalys: Google, Alibaba Cloud fastest growing providers
The Cloud Wars continue as Alibaba and Google stake claims in a market that will see spending hit US$143 billion next year, driven by the channel.
Gmail turns 15 and celebrates by unveiling new features
After being introduced as part of Google’s G Suite back in 2004, Gmail has now progressed to become one of the most dominant email platforms on the market.
Is Google’s Stadia feasible with today’s data centres?
To get a better idea of the sheer audacity behind Google’s latest move, we spoke to Unitas Global chief technical officer Grant Kirkwood.
Avaya expands integration with Google Cloud AI
This includes embedding Google’s machine learning within conversation services for the contact centre, enabling integration of AI capabilities.
Remember pi? You now have more numbers to learn
A Google employee has now calculated pi to a whopping 31,415,926,535,897 digits.
Google launches new cloud region in Zurich
Google kicked off the new region launch with a dedicated event in Zurich which brought in more than 800 business representatives and developers.
ADLINK and Google Cloud partner at the edge
Offerings enable intelligent decision-making with edge computing and real-time connectivity to Google Cloud.
Exclusive interview: Google’s escalation of the cloud wars
Rackware's CEO believes Google is going to be doing more acquisitions and buying an enterprise salesforce to grow more aggressively.
Exclusive Q&A: Why has Google thrown down the $13b gauntlet?
Unitas Global's Francesco Paola says the ongoing cloud war is good for everyone involved.
In ongoing cloud war, Google to acquire data migration specialist
Google is currently behind AWS and Microsoft in the cloud battle, and it would seem this play is an attempt to claw some ground back.
2018 cloud infrastructure spend exceeds US$80b
According to Canalys, spending grew by 46% in 4Q18 and AWS maintained dominance with nearly a third of the total.
IDC: Cloud ‘megaplaforms’ are heading to 70% workload share
While the Big Four providers will have the lion’s share, lock-in will be avoided through multi-cloud and cloud-native approaches.
BigCommerce migrates to Google Cloud
"The decision to move to Google Cloud further extends our commitment to reliability and scalability."
Silver Peak hits big four with Google Cloud agreement
Silver Peak is the only SD-WAN vendor to partner with all four leading public cloud providers – Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Oracle.
Google Cloud, Palo Alto Networks extend partnership
Google Cloud and Palo Alto Networks have extended their partnership to include more security features and customer support for all major public clouds.
Google Cloud throws more money at APAC, new regions announced
"The Asia Pacific market is important for Google Cloud, and we are making long-term investments to support our growing business there.”
Acronis releases latest Data Cloud offering down under
The new Acronis Data Cloud 7.8 is now available through select distributors across Australia and New Zealand.
Google Cloud CEO stepping down to welcome ex-Oracle exec
Google Cloud has grown significantly under Greene's tenure, but has involved tens of billions of dollars and little gains on AWS and Azure.
Dropbox strengthens security with raft of new partnerships
Integrations will keep customer content protected and secure with tools for controlling identity access, governing data, and managing devices.
Analysts say AWS dominance forced IBM’s Red Hat acquisition
The largest software acquisition in history "shows how even the biggest beasts in tech are having to adapt to the Cloud computing world."
Tensions between China and US causing cloud war
Ongoing trade tensions between China and the US are having a significant impact on the cloud service providers market.
Big 5 cloud providers tighten stranglehold on market
While the market is seeing strong growth, it's coming at the expense of small-to-medium sized cloud operators.