Top 10 Data Center Stories of the Month: August 2019 – Data Center Knowledge

How Storj Is Building a Storage Cloud Without Owning a Single Disk – Led by Docker’s former CEO, the startup is crowdsourcing empty disk space from desktops and data centers around the world.

Microsoft Slaps Tax on Taking Its On-Prem Licenses to AWS, GCP – The change, together with a new discount, greases the wheels for its new dedicated host service.

How the New Azure Ultra Disk Storage Delivers On-Prem Latency in the Cloud – Designed for mission-critical applications like SAP Hana, it may suck more workloads out of enterprise data centers and into Azure.

Red HatRed Hat corporate headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina

Red Hat corporate headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina

Three Weeks After Closing the Red Hat Deal, IBM Rolls Out New Cloud Offerings – Managed services and software optimized for Red Hat OpenShift and Linux aimed at helping enterprises move to the cloud

Yevgeniy SverdlikNvidia's DGX-2 supercomputer on display at GTC 2018

Nvidia’s DGX-2 supercomputer on display at GTC 2018

What’s the Best Computing Infrastructure for AI? – Charlie Boyle, the man in charge of Nvidia’s AI supercomputer line, on AI hardware and data centers today and in the future.

Edge Computing: AT&T Says the Edge Isn’t Where You Think It Is – As telcos race to 5G, one of the top ones questions feasibility – and utility – of edge computing at cell towers.

Dell Joins AT&T to Move Edge Data Centers Wherever They Should Be – An extended partnership for Airship, which combines Kubernetes and OpenStack, could bring edge computing closer to the enterprise after all.

Marvell, Nvidia, Arista Deals Repaint the Data Center Networking Landscape – Merchant silicon makes its way beyond white-box vendors, into traditional data center vendor portfolios.

Can AWS Lake Formation Take on Azure Data Lake? – Amazon’s new service appears to beat Azure on storage costs, but that’s not the only consideration.

VMwareVMware CEO Pat Gelsinger (left) on stage at VMworld 2019 with Joe Beda, a principal engineer at VMware and one of the three original creators of Kubernetes.

VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger (left) on stage at VMworld 2019 with Joe Beda, a principal engineer at VMware and one of the three original creators of Kubernetes.

VMware Embarks on Its Crown Jewel’s Biggest Rearchitecture in a Decade – The company is rearchitecting vSphere into a Kubernetes-native platform, “a smooth onramp into the future.”

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