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Cascadeo, a leading cloud IT transformation services provider, today announced the integration of Amazon DevOps Guru with cascadeo.io, Cascadeo’s cloud monitoring and management platform that provides users with a single view of multi-cloud or hybrid infrastructure environments. Amazon DevOps Guru is a machine learning (ML) service that is designed to improve application performance, including monitoring for behaviors that could impact availability. When critical issues are ...

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IDC | October 05, 2020

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International Data Corporation (IDC) today published an IDC Innovators report profiling four companies that offer multicloud networking solutions for the enterprise. The four companies are: Alkira, Aviatrix, Nefeli Networks, and Volterra. The adoption of infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and software as a service (SaaS) has effectively redrawn the boundaries of the enterprise datacenter, with the datacenter and its network becoming distributed. Unfortunately, most enterprises are...

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businessinsider.sg | March 31, 2020

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Daniel Ives of Wedbush wrote in a Monday note that cloud stocks such as Amazon and Microsoft are poised to benefit from the coronavirus pandemic.During the darkest period of a shock event with doomsday worries front and center, fundamentals and valuations get thrown out the window as pure fear and panic take over with red screens the result,” Ives wrote.However, this creates solid buying opportunities for tech investors “with the risk tolerance and patience to own the tech names with...

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CLOUD COMPUTING IS NOT THE ENERGY HOG THAT HAD BEEN FEARED

nytimes.com | February 28, 2020

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The computer engine rooms that power the digital economy have become surprisingly energy efficient.A new study of data centers globally found that while their computing output jumped sixfold from 2010 to 2018, their energy consumption rose only 6 percent. The scientists’ findings suggest concerns that the rise of mammoth data centers would generate a surge in electricity demand and pollution have been greatly overstated.The major force behind the improving efficiency is the shift to cloud ...

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CASCADEO ANNOUNCES INTEGRATION OF AMAZON DEVOPS GURU AND CASCADEO.IO

Cascadeo | May 26, 2022

Cascadeo, a leading cloud IT transformation services provider, today announced the integration of Amazon DevOps Guru with cascadeo.io, Cascadeo’s cloud monitoring and management platform that provides users with a single view of multi-cloud or hybrid infrastructure environments. Amazon DevOps Guru is a machine learning (ML) service that is designed to improve application performance, including monitoring for behaviors that could impact availability. When critical issues are ...

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IDC INNOVATORS REPORT PROFILES FOUR COMPANIES OFFERING MULTICLOUD NETWORKING SOLUTIONS FOR ENTERPRISE

IDC | October 05, 2020

International Data Corporation (IDC) today published an IDC Innovators report profiling four companies that offer multicloud networking solutions for the enterprise. The four companies are: Alkira, Aviatrix, Nefeli Networks, and Volterra. The adoption of infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and software as a service (SaaS) has effectively redrawn the boundaries of the enterprise datacenter, with the datacenter and its network becoming distributed. Unfortunately, most enterprises are...

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3 REASONS ONE WALL STREET FIRM SAYS TO STICK WITH CLOUD STOCKS AMID THE CORONAVIRUS-INDUCED MARKET ROUT

businessinsider.sg | March 31, 2020

Daniel Ives of Wedbush wrote in a Monday note that cloud stocks such as Amazon and Microsoft are poised to benefit from the coronavirus pandemic.During the darkest period of a shock event with doomsday worries front and center, fundamentals and valuations get thrown out the window as pure fear and panic take over with red screens the result,” Ives wrote.However, this creates solid buying opportunities for tech investors “with the risk tolerance and patience to own the tech names with...

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CLOUD COMPUTING IS NOT THE ENERGY HOG THAT HAD BEEN FEARED

nytimes.com | February 28, 2020

The computer engine rooms that power the digital economy have become surprisingly energy efficient.A new study of data centers globally found that while their computing output jumped sixfold from 2010 to 2018, their energy consumption rose only 6 percent. The scientists’ findings suggest concerns that the rise of mammoth data centers would generate a surge in electricity demand and pollution have been greatly overstated.The major force behind the improving efficiency is the shift to cloud ...

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