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NextDC brings Oracle FastConnect to Aussie customers
One of Australia’s top Data Centre-as-a-Service providers NextDC is adding Oracle FastConnect to its list of cloud offerings.
Oracle makes massive investment in autonomous cloud platform services
The company is introducing an enhanced suite of autonomous services across its entire cloud platform.
Ovum: Cloud-native development cannot be ignored by any organisation
For many, the question is no longer whether a business should venture into cloud-native, but how - Ovum has some advice for organisations.
Synergy: $180 billion global cloud market growing steadily
The analyst says the global cloud market increased by 24% on an annual basis.
Clique plans to invest $10 million in the Australian market
Clique, a voice API technology company, launched its operations in Australia, with plans to invest over $10 million...
Enterprise demand for public cloud services drives accelerating growth
Public cloud services adoption is accelerating as enterprises move larger strategic systems to SaaS and embrace PaaS and IaaS.
Looming AI war, AR, voice interfacing – IDC’s IT predictions for 2018 and beyond
IDC’s predictions provide a blueprint and critical new building blocks for becoming digital native enterprises.
Rise of the citizen developer and what it means for enterprise - TIBCO CTO
Apps that might have taken many months to move from concept to creation can now be completed in hours or even minutes.
Customisation key as SaaS, PaaS demand takes off in Aussie enterprise
Demand for PaaS and SaaS is growing among local businesses, according to Telsyte, which says enterprise software budgets are also on the increase.
UltraServe seeking $5m capital to fund international growth
UltraServe has launched a $5 million capital raising as it seeks to ramp up its international growth and increase its foothold in the US and Europe.
SaaS, IaaS growing fast, but cloud advertising dominates public cloud spend
Software- and infrastructure-as-a-service may be growing fast, but it’s cloud advertising which dominates the public cloud services revenue.
Benchmarking, PaaS, and analytics - highlights from Workday Rising CEO keynote
The three-day event will see 542 sessions being held before it’s over, with over 8500 customers and partners attending this year’s event.
Gartner: The battle for the cloud has not even started yet
Andrew White has an interesting framework to look at the battle for the cloud today and where he thinks it will go in the not too distant future.
Surge in hybrid cloud adoption helps Red Hat expand footprint in Asia
Nine out of the 14 cloud service providers included in Gartner's 2017 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service Worldwide are Red Hat Certi
London calling as UltraServe continues global expansion
UltraServe has launched it’s assault on the United Kingdom, opening a London office as it continues its global expansion.
Exclusive interview: Workday’s aggressive APAC expansion and dipping into PaaS waters
Techday caught up with Workday APAC president David Hope to talk about what the cloud-based HCM provider is up to.
Huawei enables Cloud 2.0 to drive growth
Huawei sees the cloud as the key enabler of digital transformation and is positioning to offer supporting software, hardware and services solutions.
Oracle leading the way with SaaS and PaaS, set to hit $2 billion mark
"We believe this will be the second year in a row that Oracle has sold more SaaS and PaaS than any cloud services provider."
Fast track your company to digital transformation with Fujitsu
In order to ensure its customers are embracing digital transformation, Fujitsu have developed Digital Business Platform MetArc
Demand for cloud-hosted PaaS solutions on the rise
Cloud-hosted Platform-as-a-Service solutions are becoming more popular as modern developers who work with B2B eCommerce solutions favour them.
'Significant' opportunity for vendors in PaaS
"The number of PaaS influencers are set to increase while PaaS robustness will drive down the number of platforms, intensifying vendor competition."
Competition heats up between PaaS vendors IBM, Microsoft and Oracle
Over the next few years, Platform-as-a-Service providers will significantly improve solutions available, which will lead to widespread adoption.
Cloud infrastructure services market booming; AWS leads way
Data centers providing cloud infrastructure services will take up over 50% of servers shipped in 2016 but there’s an impact for vendors and channel.
Big players losing as they fail to capitalise on booming PaaS market
IBM and Oracle are losing out as they fail to capitalise on the booming PaaS market and concede share to specialists, open source and cloud providers.