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Distributed cloud computing platform Ankr enables Neo full node deployment

distributed cloud computing platform ankr enables neo full node deployment

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Distributed cloud computing platform Ankr has announced support for Neo blockchain nodes. The integration provides an easy way for developers and enterprise customers to access the Neo network and connect it to their own applications.
Ankr aims to tap into the supply of idle cloud computing power available in data centers around the world. It uses this infrastructure to deploy its own container-based environments, creating a single “Distributed Cloud Computing Network.”
Users can then tap into this system the same way they would with typical cloud service providers, where they are able to deploy supported blockchain node instances.
Ankr has integrated support for numerous protocols, allowing easy deployment of different blockchain nodes. The team also provides blockchain API services and specialized solutions for enterprise entities with staking, dApp development, and data analytics needs.
For Neo specifically, Ankr currently only offers one node option, a full node with 4 cores, 16GB RAM, and 200GB storage at the price of $129 per month. Servers can either be deployed in the UK or Singapore. Alongside credit card payments, Ankr also accepts payments in USDT tokens and its own Ethereum-based token, ANKR.

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Cloud and ad spending lift earnings at Amazon, Alphabet and Facebook

cloud and ad spending lift earnings at amazon, alphabet and facebook

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The big three internet giants today revealed improved earnings despite and in some cases because of the COVID-19 pandemic, as advertising and cloud computing growth buoyed third-quarter results.
As online ads saw a rebound, Google LLC owner Alphabet Inc. reported a profit of $11.2 billion, or $16.40 a share, up 59% from a year ago. Revenue rose 14%, to $46.2 billion — a big reversal of the second quarter’s 2% revenue decline. Analysts polled by S&P Global Market Intelligence had forecast profit per share of $11.18  on revenue of $42.8 billion.
“We had a strong quarter, consistent with the broader online environment,” Alphabet and Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai said in a statement. “It’s also a testament to the deep investments we’ve made in AI and other technologies, to deliver services that people turn to for help, in moments big and small.” Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat cited higher advertising spending as well as Play and Cloud growth for the upturn in revenue.
Continuing a pandemic-fueled boom in online and cloud computing spending, Amazon.com Inc. reported a profit of $6.3 billion, or $12.37 a share, triple a year ago, on a 37% jump in revenue, to $96.1 billion. Analysts had figured a profit of $7.23 a share on revenue …

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IBM, using Red Hat technology, teams with AT&T to deploy cloud via

ibm, using red hat technology, teams with at&t to deploy cloud via

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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – IBM is teaming with AT&T to offer cloud computing services over next-generation 5G network technology that is rapidly being deployed across the US. And Raleigh-based Red Hat is a key part of the equation.
IBM and AT&T see 5G as a “$667 billion market” by 2026, offering what they say is “a new frontier in cloud computing – where data collected from billions of mobile devices and factory floor sensors – can be processed where the data resides, delivering low latency and efficiency.”
Big Blue, which operates a data center in RTP, is deploying a new program called IBM Cloud Satellite which includes Red Hat OpenShift technology for so-called hybrid cloud deployments. Hybrid includes private and public cloud offerings for customers.

OpenShift offers customers automate updating, scaling and provisioning, IBM says.
IBM acquired Red Hat last year, focusing on Hatter technology as a means to expand cloud computing which Big Blue sees as a trillion dollar business opportunity. Red Hat’s importance will grow even more as IBM moves toward a division of the company with its services group to be spun off.
A graphic from IBM shows how OpenShift works.
AT&T’s 5G network offers higher speeds, …

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AWS wants to help UK workers learn about cloud computing

aws wants to help uk workers learn about cloud computing

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Amazon Web Services (AWS), the retail giant’s cloud arm, is expanding its cloud education and training program to five additional cities in the UK.AWS re/Start – a program that teaches participants basic cloud skills, but also practical career skills such as effective communication, time management, interviewing and more – is coming to Blackpool, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, and Edinburgh.Amazon said it picked these five cities because they are the places where demand for entry-level cloud talent is highest.No prior experience is needed and AWS claims it will seek out participants from all walks of life – young people, veterans, and people made redundant from non-tech careers.The company also hopes that, through this program, trainees will be able to connect to potential employers, which should ease the transition from qualification to employment.Participants can expect to learn Linux, Python, networking, security, and relational database skills through real-world-scenario-based learning, labs, and coursework.Those that pass the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam will be able to apply for entry-level cloud roles such as cloud operations, site reliability, infrastructure support, and technical-adjacent business support functions. “It’s great to see AWS investing in the UK and expanding their skills program,” …

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Cloud Computing Service Market 2020 Global Share, Size, Business Growth, Trend, Top Key Players:- SAP SE (Germany), OVH (France)

cloud computing service market 2020 global share, size, business growth, trend, top key players:- sap se (germany), ovh (france)

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A complete research offering of comprehensive analysis of the market share, size, recent developments, and trends can be availed in this latest report by Big Market Research.
As per the report, the Global Cloud Computing Service Market is anticipated to witness significant growth during the forecast period from 2020 to 2025.
The report provides brief summary and detailed insights of the market by collecting data from the industry experts and several prevalent in the market. Besides this, the report offers a detailed analysis of geographical areas and describes the competitive scenario to assist investor, prominent players, and new entrants to obtain a major share of the global Cloud Computing Service market.
Our analysis involves the study of the market taking into consideration the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please get in touch with us to get your hands on an exhaustive coverage of the impact of the current situation on the market. Our expert team of analysts will provide as per report customized to your requirement. 
Key highlights from COVID-19 impact analysis:

A summary of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global economy.
Fluctuations in the demand and supply chain of the industry.
Pre and post-COVID-19 impact on the revenue matrix.

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Vertiv Declares First-Ever Annual Dividend – Web Hosting | Cloud Computing | Datacenter | Domain News

vertiv declares first-ever annual dividend – web hosting | cloud computing | datacenter | domain news

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COLUMBUS, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Vertiv (NYSE: VRT), a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, today announced that its Board of Directors has declared the company’s first-ever annual cash dividend of $0.01 per share of the company’s Class A common stock. The cash dividend will be payable on December 17, 2020, to shareholders of record of Class A common stock, including holders of record of company’s units, at the close of business on December 2, 2020.

About Vertiv Holdings Co

Vertiv (NYSE: VRT) brings together hardware, software, analytics and ongoing services to ensure its customers’ vital applications run continuously, perform optimally and grow with their business needs. As Architects of Continuity™, Vertiv solves the most important challenges facing today’s data centers, communication networks and commercial and industrial facilities with a portfolio of power, cooling and IT infrastructure solutions and services that extends from the cloud to the edge of the network. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Vertiv employs approximately 20,000 people and does business in more than 130 countries. For more information, and for the latest news and content from Vertiv, visit Vertiv.com.

Contacts

For investor inquiries, please contact:

Lynne MaxeinerVice President, Global Treasury & Investor RelationsVertivT +1 614-841-6776E lynne.maxeiner@ …

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Biggest influencers in cloud computing in Q3 2020: The top individuals to follow

biggest influencers in cloud computing in q3 2020: the top individuals to follow

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GlobalData research has found the top influencers in cloud computing based on their performance and engagement online. Using research from GlobalData’s Influencer platform, Verdict has named the most influential people in cloud computing on Twitter during Q3 2020.
Biggest influencers in cloud computing: The top ten in Q3 2020
1. Ratan Jyoti (@reach2ratan)
Ratan Jyoti is a technologist who currently serves as the chief information security officer of the banking company, Ujjivan Small Finance Bank. His specialties include vulnerability management, data classification, threat hunting, privacy implementation, API security, data leakage, cloud security, and more.

Jyoti has previously served as a senior manager and chief information security officer at Vijaya Bank, a public sector bank. He is adept at developing next-generation cybersecurity technologies and employs technologies such as AI, blockchain and others in cyber security to prevent cyber-attacks.
Twitter followers: 26,109
GlobalData influencer score: 100

Doki Backdoor Infiltrates Docker Servers in the Cloud https://t.co/Uupl8zMHP1#CyberSecurity #digital #Hackers #infosec @reach2ratan #malware #cloud #cloudsecurity #dataprotection #Privacy #infosec pic.twitter.com/H8t8mLr0lr

— Ratan Jyoti (@reach2ratan) July 31, 2020
2. Ronald Van Loon (@Ronald_vanLoon)
Ronald Van Loon is a research and consulting professional serving as the principal analyst and CEO of …

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Microsoft sees strong growth in latest financials – as analyst puts Azure bigger than Windows for first time – Cloud Computing News

microsoft sees strong growth in latest financials – as analyst puts azure bigger than windows for first time – cloud computing news

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James is editor in chief of TechForge Media, with a passion for how technologies influence business and several Mobile World Congress events under his belt. James has interviewed a variety of leading figures in his career, from former Mafia boss Michael Franzese, to Steve Wozniak, and Jean Michel Jarre. James can be found tweeting at @James_T_Bourne.

Microsoft has reported revenues of $37.2 billion (£28.8bn) for its most recent quarter with Azure revenue growth at 48% – as one analyst argued Azure has overtaken Windows numbers for the first time.

The nuts and bolts of the earnings release did not differ from the norm. The headline for the earnings release, ‘Microsoft Cloud Strength Fuels First Quarter Results’, conforms to the usual template which this publication noted this time last year: ‘Microsoft Cloud [noun] [verb] [quarter] Results.’ “The noun, usually ‘growth’ or ‘strength’, is optional, as is the word ‘record’ when allowable, while the requisite verb will either be ‘powers’, ‘fuels’, or ‘drives’”.

Like the headline, the numbers saw everything pretty much continue to go in the right direction. For the three buckets in which it divides revenue, intelligent cloud – which covers most, if not all, Azure – saw the biggest yearly rise, 20% at $13 …

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Five ways to better IT spending through the cloud for a post-pandemic era – Cloud Computing News

five ways to better it spending through the cloud for a post-pandemic era – cloud computing news

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Rich Radley is head of customer engineering, UK&I at Google.

For many businesses, the impact of Covid-19 has brought the benefits and limitations of their IT landscape into focus. As companies look ahead to a post-pandemic era, many will need to consider how to meet different needs and priorities with potentially limited resources. The challenge is that many are overly reliant on legacy infrastructure, with these systems accounting for 74% of a company’s IT spend. 

Making important changes such as migrating on-premises workloads to the cloud will eventually help reduce costs, increase agility, and pay ROI dividends. However, with the current business conditions, this is easier said than done and there are multiple factors that organisations need to consider. Enterprises need to be empowered with knowledge of the best tools and practices related to cloud-based technology in order to prioritise investments and optimise costs. Here are five key ways for companies to better their IT spending and operational efficiencies: 

Take advantage of new tools for cloud agility and IT cost reduction 

During unpredictable times, businesses need an architecture that provides the agility and flexibility needed to help adapt to change or even take advantage of it. New container-based “cloud-native” …

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Global Cloud Computing in Retail Banking Market 2026 The leading Industry Players : Amazon Web Services (AWS), Ellie Mae, IBM, Infosys, Intuit etc.

global cloud computing in retail banking market 2026 the leading industry players : amazon web services (aws), ellie mae, ibm, infosys, intuit etc.

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This versatile composition of research derivatives pertaining to diverse concurrent developments in the global Cloud Computing in Retail Banking market is poised to induce forward-looking perspectives favoring unfaltering growth stance.
A newly compiled research report presentation on global Cloud Computing in Retail Banking market is aimed to unfurl veritable details about growth prognosis that are effectively harnessed by prominent market drivers and growth influencers.
The report also sheds light on various growth deterrents and retardants to offer a decisive understanding on barrier analysis to optimally identify growth retardants that stun growth in global Cloud Computing in Retail Banking market. In further report highlights, readers are equipped with thorough understanding on barrier identification and threat evaluation
Vendor Profiling: Global Market_Keywor Market, 2020-27:

Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Ellie Mae
IBM
Infosys
Intuit
Medidata
Microsoft
Oracle
Salesforce
SAP
TCS
Veeva Systems
Wipro
Workday
BBVA
Bankinter
Intel
Google
Alibaba
Tencent
Kingsoft
Ucloud
Baidu
Huawei
China Telecom
China Unicom

DROT Analysis Driver Assessment: This section of the report also clearly identifies the major growth enablement triggers and drivers that push the growth trajectory.
 Understanding Growth Retardants: This report further entails crucial details on notable growth hindering aspects that significantly arrest smooth growth ride. Besides …

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