Oracle Cloud provides compute, storage, and networking services through its data centers and regions in 22 countries and 34 locations globally.
Cloud service providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure are accommodating the shift from the data warehouse to the data lake.
On-premise to cloud migration is shifting data, applications, and workloads from on-site data centers to remote, vendor-owned cloud infrastructure.
Data centers in Chicago, Illinois, including those of Equinix and Digital Realty, form a hub for compute, storage and colocation in the Midwest U.S.
Amazon Web Services offers AWS Direct Connect, which enables private site-to-site connectivity - we discuss the gateway, locations, partners, and pricing.
Bare metal cloud, which operates servers without virtualization, supports many important use cases and is delivered by providers such as AWS and Azure.
Green cloud computing aims to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions by running all data centers with 100% renewable electricity and technology.
Data centers in Dallas, Texas, including those of Equinix and Digital Realty, form a hub for compute, storage and colocation in the south central U.S.
Data centers in Santa Clara, San Jose, and San Francisco form the Northern California or Silicon Valley colocation and cloud data center market.
Compute North Holdings, a developer and operator of data centers, made Chapter 11 filings in the United States Bankruptcy Court Southern District of Texas.
Apple’s data center locations help power the company’s growth in services, including iCloud, with company needing more capacity located close to users.
Google Cloud provides compute, storage, and networking services through its data centers and regions in 20+ countries and 35+ locations globally.