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Business value in the cloud is moving “up the stack”—starting with the operating system and virtual machines (VMs), and moving upwards into containers, middleware, and management stacks. This move bridges the cloud-software layers – adding business value for customers by making AppDev and DevOps easier and making management simpler – and increasing revenue growth for the vendor. With that goal in mind, Red Hat enhanced new OpenShift container technology, making several announcements at its Red Hat Summit 2016 conference in San Francisco (June 27-June 30, 2016). These OpenShift capabilities are designed to make it easier to work with OpenStack, Docker and Kubernetes for...
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Hurwitz & Associates expects 2016 to be an interesting year with a combination of innovative new offerings and a resurgence of existing technologies in the forefront. 2016 will be the year when the old is new again; customers will continue to absorb and deploy technologies such as cloud, microservices, IoT, and advanced analytics. Businesses will select technologies based on the offering’s ability to provide both efficiency and the ability to improve customer relationships. We also expect to see continued consolidation in the market. Large enterprise vendors will continue to purchase innovative companies as both “tuck-in” acquisitions and a fast way...
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My top seven predictions for 2014

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In December, like everyone else, I decided to present my predictions for 2014. I didn’t publish my predictions in an article or blog. Rather, I decided to experiment. Over a number of days I tweeted my predictions. It was an interesting process. I could avoid the problem of getting too busy and not getting around to finishing the blog. How as my experience? I’d say it was mixed. On the positive side, I continued to tweet ideas as they came into my mind, rather than trying to sit down and come up with my top predictions all at once. On...
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Maybe I have been around the technology market too long but it appears to me that there is nothing new under the sun. The foundational technologies that are the rage today all have their roots in technology that has been around for decades. That is actually a good thing. Simply put, a unique technology concept often will not be commercially viable for at least a decade. So, as I look into 2012, it is clear to me that we are at a tipping point where technologies that have been incubating for many years are customer requirements. Some, like cloud computing are...
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After spending two days at the Red Hat Summit last week, I started thinking about the power of open source software and how it has transformed the software industry. When I was writing my new book, Smart or Lucky, How Technology Leaders Turn Change into Success, I analyzed the success and failures of companies that attempted to cement their offerings as a standard in the market.  In the 1980 and 1990s companies like Microsoft were able to establish their platforms as a de facto standard. Fast forward another couple of decades and it is becoming clear that open source has changed...
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