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IBM May Be Selling IBM Watson Health to Focus on Cloud Computing – HITInfrastructure.com

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February 26, 2021 -IBM is looking at a potential sale of its IBM Watson Health Business to streamline the company and become more competitive in cloud computing, according to a national news report.

The unit leverages artificial intelligence to help hospitals, insurers, and drug makers manage their data. Overall, the unit generated annual revenue of nearly $1.5 billion, but it is currently not profitable, The Wall Street Journal stated in its report breaking the news.

The units brands include Merge Healthcare, which analyzes mammograms and MRIs, Phytel, which assists with patient communications, and Truven Health Analytics, which analyzes complex healthcare data.

The company paid nearly $2.6 billion for Truven in 2016, $1 billion for Merge Healthcare in 2015, and around $230 million for Phytel, according to FactSet.

The corporation is currently studying alternatives for the unit that may include a sale to a private equity firm oranother industry player. The company is also reportedly considering a merger with a blank-check company.

Hybrid cloudis an IT architecture that incorporates a specific degree of workload portability, orchestration, and management across two or more environments. One of the main reasons healthcare companies look to deploy hybrid clouds is for control over IT spending, as those that used public clouds spent 26 percent of their annual IT budget.

This number is set to increase by 35 percent in 2021.

IBM has a market value of $108 billion, but has faded to the background as cloud-computing rivals Microsoft Corporation and Amazon rise to valuations over 10 times greater. IBM hopes that its shifted focus to hybrid cloud operations could increase its overall revenue.

In mid-October 2020, IBM announced that it is splitting into two separate companies to boost its hybrid cloud growth strategy to drive digital health information for its clients.

The company'sspinoff (NewCO) will operate its Managed Infrastructure Services unit of its Global Technology Services division. It will be the worlds leading managed infrastructure provider and will have partnerships with more than 4,600 technology-intensive clients in 115 countries.

At the time, IBM noted that it will focus on its open hybrid cloud platform, which represents a $1 trillion market opportunity. The company also tapped Red Hat to unlock the full value of the cloud for clients.

Back in 2019, IBMacquired Red Hat for $34 billion to boost innovation by offering a next-generation hybrid multi-cloud platform.The company saw the deal for Red Hat as an opportunity to gain on competitors in cloud computing.

The platform facilitates the deployment of AI capabilities to enable the power of data, application modernization services, and systems, IBM said in the July announcement.

IBM's open hybrid cloud platform, based on Red Hat OpenShift, enables a hybrid cloud approach that drives up to 2.5 times more value for clients than a public cloud-only solution.

In November 2020, IBM signed a definitive agreement to acquire Instana to help businesses better manage the complexity of modern applications that span the hybrid cloud landscape.

Instana will help IBM overcome challenges of managing application performances across various spaces and across two to 15 clouds, IBM explained in the November announcement.

Additionally, the collaboration will help further IBMs Hybrid Cloud and artificial intelligence (AI) strategy that strengthens its AI-powered automation capabilities. The partnership will include the launch of IBM Watson AIOps and the acquisition of WDG Automation.

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Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market 2021 to Perceive Biggest Trend and Opportunity by 2028 NY Market Reports – NY Market Reports

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Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market Industry Trends and Forecast to 2028 Worldwide Industry Size, Offer and trends analysis during Period. The report is a thoughtful analysis of the market presenting the propelled situation in the market and additionally plots that guide in its expansion in the coming years. The Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market report assesses a few elements are deciding the market development and additionally the volume of the entire Industry. The statement expresses the vendors landscape of the market together with the profiles of the leading market players. The most significant players in the Market are likewise discussed in the report.

The Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market report says the competitive scene of this industry along using all the profiles of a few of those top market players. The most crucial players at the Market are discussed within the accounts.

Healthcare Cloud Computing Market is expected to reach USD 26.24 billion by 2025, from USD 5.64 billion in 2017 growing at a CAGR of 21.2% during the forecast period of 2018 to 2025. The upcoming market report contains data for historic years 2016, the base year of calculation is 2017 and the forecast period is 2018 to 2025.

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Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market By Component (Hardware , Service)By Application (Clinical Information Systems, Non-clinical Information Systems), By Service Model (Software-As-A-Service, Infrastructure-As-A-Service, Platform-As-A-Service), By Deployment (Private Cloud, Public Cloud, Hybrid cloud), By Pricing Model (Pay-As-You-Go, Spot Pricing Model), End User, By Geography (North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa) Industry Trends and Forecast to 2025

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Competitive Analysis:Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market

The global healthcare cloud computing market is highly fragmented and the major players have used various strategies such as new product launches, expansions, agreements, joint ventures, partnerships, acquisitions, and others to increase their footprints in this market. The report includes market shares of healthcare cloud computing market for global, Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and South America.

Major Market Competitors/Players:Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market

Some of the major players operating in the global healthcare cloud computing market are athenahealth, Inc., CareCloud Corporation, Carestream Health, ClearDATA, Dell, NetDepot.com LLC, IBM Corporation, Iron Mountain Incorporated , IBM Watson Health, Cisco Systems Inc., HP Development Company, L.P., Microsoft, VMware, Inc. , Salesforce.com, inc., ClearDATA, SYNOPTEK, LLC., Cisco, Oracle, GE healthcare, CitiusTech Inc., Napier Healthcare Solutions Pte. Ltd., HealthAsyst, Optum, Inc., McKesson Corporation, 3M, Omnicell, Inc., Ciox Health, Wipro, Nuance Communications, Inc., Infosys Limited, Cognizant among others.

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Table of Contents-Snapshot Executive SummaryChapter 1 Industry OverviewChapter 2 Industry Competition by ManufacturersChapter 3 Industry Production Market Share by RegionsChapter 4 Industry Consumption by RegionsChapter 5 Industry Production, Revenue, Price Trend by TypeChapter 6 Industry Analysis by ApplicationsChapter 7 Company Profiles and Key Figures in Industry BusinessChapter 8 Industry Manufacturing Cost AnalysisChapter 9 Marketing Channel, Distributors and CustomersChapter 10 Market DynamicsChapter 11 Industry ForecastChapter 12 Research Findings and ConclusionChapter 13 Methodology and Data Source

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Market Definition:Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market

This market report defines the market trends and forecast the upcoming opportunities and threats of the healthcare cloud computing market in the next 8 years. Cloud computing is used for the delivery of hosted services over the internet. The healthcare industry market has changed significantly with the growing impact of consumerism, digitalization, preventative healthcare and regulations. A shift in cloud computing which is playing a prominent role in healthcare IT is expected to accelerate the global healthcare industry in the future. Cloud and big data services can be used to track various diseases map them geospatially and inform the population where risk exists. Few tools that exist in the healthcare marketplace today include Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), IBM Explorys, McKesson, eClinicalWorks, Cerner, IBM Phytel Population Health Management among others. Cloud computing in healthcare is used for population health management, care management support, image handling services, diagnostic support, medical practitioner assistance, patient connectivity, data distribution services laboratory services, clinical research and many more. Numerous standards are applied to different aspects of healthcare solutions which are required for customers to understand the available standards and to understand whether cloud services are attached to relevant standards for the capabilities provided. For instance, in the U.S., every healthcare entity such as hospital, university research facility, physicians office, that deals with (Protected Health Information) PHI must adhere to the guidelines stipulated by Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

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Cloud computing is helping to keep NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover on track – ZDNet

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Panorama, taken on 20 February, 2021, by the Navcams aboard NASA's Perseverance Mars rover.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has explained the role of cloud computing in processing data sent back from NASA's Perseverance explorer on Mars.

During Perseverance's mission on Mars, the science and engineering data will be processed and hosted in AWS. The Mars Rover team is receiving hundreds of images from Mars each day from a record number of cameras, resulting in thousands of images over Perseverance's time on the planet; using the cloud helps NASA Jet Propulsion Lab to store, process, and distribute this high volume of data, according to AWS.

AWS is processing data from Mars on behalf of NASA, helping inform how the Mars rover handles the terrain.

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"The rover requires visibility to drive, so it is important for the team to be able to send the next batch of instructions back to the rover within a specific timeframe. The increased efficiency will allow Mars 2020 to accomplish its ambitious goal of collecting more samples and driving longer distances during the prime mission, compared to previous rovers," AWS expained.

The Mars 2020 Perseverance rover is scoping out the geology of the red plant and is looking for signs of ancient life. The mission launched on July 30 and will collect and store rock and soil samples that could be returned to Earth in the future.

Besides collecting physical samples, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Perseverance mission is a roving smartphone packed with sensors, such as a cameras and microphones, to collect data.

But why would the NASA mission need microphones on Mars?

"The sensors will gather scientific data like atmospheric information, wind speeds, and weather. The microphones will collect the sounds of the planet. This data will be processed by JPL and made publicly available so viewers can explore Mars alongside NASA JPL," AWS states. AWS is also providing a 3D view of Mars from the perspective of Perseverance.

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Cloud computing is far from the only technology being used by the project; there is also a significant role for Linux and open-source technologies.

The AWS contribution to NASA's mission matches up with Amazon's former CEO Jeff Bezos' space ambitions with his rocket company, Blue Origin.

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Letters to the Editor of Barrons – Barron’s

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Eric J. Savitzs cover story, Oracles Next Quest (Feb. 19), misses the point about why Oracle was late to the cloud computing game. One reason that Oracle was late is that it has used its cash flow and debt to fund stock buybacks instead of growing the company, and thus underinvested in the cloud computing business.

The article notes that Oracle has been giving back to shareholders by reducing its outstanding stock 40% in the past 10 years. That was a mistake for shareholders. The funds used for buybacks would have been better spent investing in the company, so that Clay Magouryk, executive vice president of Oracle Cloud, could have built more than 30 physical data centers in the past six years.

It is an assumption on Wall Street that stock buybacks are beneficial to shareholders. But this assumption has never been proved. They are often a waste of shareholders moneyjust ask the shareholders of Walgreens Boots Alliance.

In the case of Oracle, the money used for stock buybacksover $66 billion in the past three years, of which $32 billion was borrowedwould have benefited shareholders more by being invested in the business.

Richard L. Hecht, Larchmont, N.Y.

To the Editor:

Vanguard has proved to be a reliable, conservative home for long-term money (Barrons Best Fund Families of 2020, Feb. 19). Trying to chase top-performing managers will only create tax liabilities.

My philosophy is to stick with successful managers and move money as infrequently as possible. As in, never. The more money is moved, the more taxes will eat up, leaving less to reinvest.

Its a safe bet that todays star performers will be tomorrows laggards. Looking at one-, three-, and five-year rankings tells nothing about who will be on top at the 10- or 20-year mark.

As my pappy used to say: It all comes out in the wash.

Stuart Kinzler, on Barrons.com

To the Editor:

Excellent interview (Felix Zulaufs Guide to Crazy Policies, Investment Bargains, and Bitcoin Mania, Feb. 18). Zulauf and I are related, ideologically speaking.

I am especially keen on the agriculture call and oil. The climate mania will eventually run its course because people need a stable and reasonably priced source of energy. And, heres a surprise, people need food, even in a world of population decline. They need food with protein, and that means meat and that means corn and beans.

William Butcher, on Barrons.com

To the Editor:

Its always great to hear from Zulauf, as his insight throughout the years has been thoughtful. But as with all ideas and investments, its about timing. Everything he says may eventually come to fruition, but a lot can and will happen in between.

That is the opportunity cost to consider.

Dennis Kramer, on Barrons.com

To the Editor:

In Welcome to Earnings Valhalla. Why Stocks Can Still Shine, (Streetwise, Feb. 19), David Kostin of Goldman Sachs predicts that the Federal Reserve wont change short-term interest rates until at least 2024, so youre looking at multiple years of interest rates basically pinned around zero.

For the forgotten generation, retirees who have been losing considerable income due to ultralow interest rates for the past 12 years, its effectively the same as being unemployed. I wrote to the Federal Reserve, my senators, and my representatives that they should push for no required minimum distributions as long as interest rates are near zero, but so far to no avail. We retirees should keep trying.

Ron Minarik, Mystic, Conn.

To the Editor:

Andrew Bary writes that Buffetts view has been that a dollar in his hands is better than one in the hands of shareholders (Warren Buffetts Shareholder Letter Could Lift Berkshire Hathaway Stock. What Investors Want to See, Feb 19). Ill say it certainly is. That dollar, returned to me in dividends, nets 75 cents after tax. If Buffett retains ithe invests it for me: $1 retained versus my 75 cents.

If you want to engage in an investing contest and give Warren Buffett a 33% head start, ask for a dividend. The legendary 90-year-old investor may have lost five miles an hour on his fastball, but Ill pass on that one. Plowing excess cash into buybacks of his own cheap stock is both efficient and wise. And hes doing that at a record-setting pace.

Excess capital is a concern, as Bary rightly points out. But a large-scale Dutch auction buyback might be a better choice than a dividend initiation.

John Mooney, Marshfield, Mass.

To the Editor:

Two categories of people offer market predictions: those who dont know, and those who know they dont know.

Nicholas Jasinski and Carleton English might be the exceptions. Their thoughtful Trader column (Feb. 19) makes sense of recent events and provide potential trends. Their keen logical analysis of the banking sector offers clarity as to why that sector recently appreciated, and what may happen next.

Joel Goodman, Centennial, Colo.

Send letters to: mail@barrons.com. To be considered for publication, correspondence must bear the writers name, address, and phone number. Letters are subject to editing.


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Cloud Computing Stack Layers Market 2021 Top Trend, Size and Growth, Key Insights, Segmentation, Key Regions and Future Forecast till 2025 The Bisouv…

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Digital Forensics in the Realm of Distributed Cloud Data | EC-Council Official Blog – EC-Council Blog

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Perfect security is an outcome that every organization and cybersecurity professional aims to achieve. Unfortunately, our reality is full of headlines that show us the exact opposite. You might be wondering, do all of them relate back to cloud forensics? To help put things into perspective, take a look at what a recent report by Netrix showed us 39% of healthcare organizations suffered ransomware attacks in the cloud in 2020. In fact, the report goes on to say that due to a cloud breach, one in four healthcare organizations was fined for non-compliance and 1 in 10 was sued.

Cloud computing is a widely accepted technology that provides data centre resources to the user on a pay-per-use basis. A forensic analyst, in this context, should know where and how the data is stored or processed. When it comes to cloud deployment, the task of monitoring user activity is becoming a necessity. Additionally, presenting digital forensic in case of legal actions requires implementing a cloud forensics framework in the new or existing data centres.

Cloud Computing and Forensics

Cloud forensics is a subset of digital forensics that requires a unique approach to investigate cloud environments. Cloud forensic stakeholders consist of private enterprises, government members, law enforcement, etc. Cloud forensic investigators are expected to know the roles and responsibilities of each stakeholder to perform an investigation effectively. By knowing the background and roles of each stakeholder, cloud forensic investigators will be able to categorize the reports and allocation process based on legal, technical, and organizational understanding. While signing the contract, the classification helps in managing and defining the tasks with reference to the cloud.

As a cloud forensic investigator, the main challenge for you is to ensure the security of the digital evidence and make sure it is not tampered with by third parties. The evidence should be stored in an admissible manner so that it can be produced in a court of law. In the PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) and SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) cloud computing service model, users are dependent on the cloud service providers (CSPs). They do not have access to their logs due to a lack of control over hardware. The accessibility to the log files will be defined in the service policies. CSPs sometimes hide the logs from customers intentionally due to security reasons, whereas, in a few cases, the policies clearly obstruct offering log access service.

In comparison to the traditional forensic environment, maintaining a chain of custody is challenging in cloud technology. The internal security team in a traditional setting controls the forensic investigators, but they have no control over the ones hired by CSP to investigate. The risk factor is that if the appointed investigator by CSP is not trained to forensic standard levels, the chain of custody may fall in a court of law.

Every cloud service model shares a defined responsibility with the cloud service provider and comes with at least one challenge when conducting cloud forensic investigations. This relationship creates distinct challenges to cloud forensic investigators as it may complicate the collection of evidence from being admissible in a court of law. CSPs do not always support cloud forensic investigations if their responsibility is negligible. All these challenges require a certified and skilled cloud forensic investigator who can perform investigations effectively.

Tampered evidence is every cloud data forensics investigators biggest nightmare. Imagine spending hours collecting data with utter precision only to have someone else tamper with it on the cloud, leaving the data inadmissible in court. This is a possibility in most SaaS and PaaS cloud models that depend on cloud service providers, as they do not have access to physical hardware.

In a traditional scenario, the forensic investigator would assume complete control of the cloud infrastructure, allowing them to extract all the data they require. However, in certain cases, due to the lack of a clear chain of custody, the investigator might find themselves facing a scenario where the cloud service provider hides logs from the customer or states that the log data cannot be accessed.

In these cases, the cloud service provider might assist by extracting information themselves. Yet again, if the person is not sufficiently trained, the extracted data could prove inadmissible in court.

To avoid such a scenario, it is important that any person dealing with the extraction of data be trained in computer forensics.

EC-Councils certification and training program, Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI), covers cloud computing as a part of the program. The program is vendor-neutral and is designed by practicing computer forensic investigators from the industry. With 14 comprehensive modules and 39 labs, CHFI covers all the required job-ready skills to be an accomplished Computer Forensics Investigator.


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The changing face of colocation: Winds of change – and new challenges – Cloud Tech

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Arguably the roots of the colocation market can be traced back 20 or more years ago to the original dot com boom era. This created demand from eCommerce businesses and ISPs for a more cost-effective way of the housing of their growing server farms and the idea of sharing secure IT spaces with others was born.

These days colocation is maturing and based on our own experience at Vantage Data Centers the needs of colocation customers have evolved. The value proposition appears on first pass to be the same as ever: secure hosting, processing and storing data. However, much has and is changing beneath the surface and is redefining what users expect from colocation. Hosting often complex private and hybrid cloud environments is a good example. Moving forward, older, smaller, and increasingly power strapped facilities will therefore find it increasingly challenging to compete for the colocation business of todays more sophisticated buyers.

Colocation data centres are not commodities. Of course, cost will always be an important factor to users, however, it is not the overriding decider. Enterprise users, service providers and SIs are now far more demanding in what they need and expect from their colocation providers. Knowledgeable and discerning buyers now demand hard evidence of data security and environmental compliance; commitment to renewable energy sources; forward power availability; multiple connectivity options; uptime track records; and iron clad SLAs.

Stepping back there have been various drivers for change over the past two decades, most notably concerns over data location and security following 9/11 in New York and 7/7 in London; advances in networking technology; more sophisticated remote diagnostics; and significant reductions in connectivity costs.

Enterprise organisations, systems integrators and service providers now have far greater choices in terms of physical data centre location no longer being limited to facilities in the London Docklands/M25 area due to lack of high-speed fibre elsewhere. A few operators, including Vantage, have succeeded in establishing very large purpose-built colocation facilities in UK regions where real estate and labour is considerably less expensive. While this translates into lower rates for users, of equal importance, those built in more rural areas are also out of harms way with significantly lower risk profiles than major metropolitan alternatives.

Today, the colocation data centre industry faces challenges as a consequence of the exponential growth in cloud computing along with IoT-driven big data and HPC requirements. These are making unprecedented demands on data centre technical infrastructure, power, cooling and connectivity. With this, there is a major requirement, quite correctly, for sustainability including commitment to renewable energy usage.

With the cloud and the huge demand for as a service subscription models such as IaaS, SaaS and PaaS, enterprise companies have increasingly realised that they need many different types of cloud services to meet a growing list of user and customer needs. For the best of both worlds, hybrid cloud is increasingly popular. It offers a private cloud combined with the use of public cloud services which together can create a unified, automated and well-managed computing environment. This is attractive to organisations requiring the flexibility, cost savings and elasticity of public cloud services while still retaining control of sensitive applications and maintaining compliance.

But aside from the considerable power to rack considerations, hybrid cloud environments are only as good as the weakest link: the public clouds connection to the data centre. This has led to some colocation data centres bypassing the Internet with cloud gateways, allowing faster, more secure private connections directly into global public cloud network infrastructures. However, only a few colocation data centres are directly connected to these networks for enabling optimised performance and very low latency.

Another key factor to consider is a data centres level of engineering competence, necessary not only for configuring and interconnecting these complex hybrid environments, but also for helping businesses bring their legacy IT into the equation.

Big data and the Internet of Things are major contributors to the High-Performance Computing (HPC) requirements of both commercial and not-for-profit sectors. These environments demand power, cooling and connectivity to support clusters of very high-density server racks, some pulling as much as 60 kWs. With this, Vantage Data Centers has focused on ensuring its campuses, including CWL1 (formerly NGD) near Cardiff, are fully capable of supporting customer HPC installations.

There are currently very few colocation data centres with this capability in the UK due to the abundant levels of power required, let alone direct to grid connections for reducing the potential of outages. As a work around, most facilities must put in place UPS and auxiliary power systems capable of supporting all workloads running at the same time, along with overhead and enough redundancy to deal with any failure within the emergency power supply system itself. This and the specialist cooling needs of HPC are a tall order for many providers today, and as result, most are unable to address this high-growth market opportunity without significant upgrading.

In summary, the colocation data centre business has evolved into something altogether more complex than two decades ago. To remain at its forefront now requires substantial investment as well as innovation and agility to be able to adapt to continuously changing customer needs.

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SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --The Cloud Native Computing Foundation(CNCF), which builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native software, today announced that 47 new members and end user supporters have joined the Foundation to continue driving cloud native technology innovation.

CNCF now has over 600 members and more than 80 projects with over 110,000 contributors from nearly 1,000 organizations representing 177 countries. This steady growth is powered by the diversity and resilience of our projects, ecosystems, and technologies. Together the cloud native ecosystem is stronger, faster, better, and more innovative than alone and apart.

"As our community continues to thrive, we have seen first-hand the resilience of such a diverse ecosystem," said Priyanka Sharma, general manager of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. "We are very pleased to welcome so many new members to CNCF this quarter from across the globe and industries. The fact that there are so many new companies meaningfully contributing to the cloud native ecosystem, despite the pandemic, is incredible. We look forward to continuing to drive innovation together."

These new members will also join CNCF at the upcoming 2021 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon events, including KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU - Virtualfrom May 4 7, 2021, and KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NAin Los Angeles from October 12 15, 2020.

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With the addition of these new members, there are now over 140 organizations in the CNCF End User Community. This group regularly meets to share adoption best practices and feedback on project roadmaps and future projects for CNCF technical leaders to consider.

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About Cloud Native Computing FoundationCloud native computing empowers organizations to build and run scalable applications with an open source software stack in public, private, and hybrid clouds. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts critical components of the global technology infrastructure, including Kubernetes, Prometheus, and Envoy. CNCF brings together the industry's top developers, end users, and vendors, and runs the largest open source developer conferences in the world. Supported by more than 500 members, including the world's largest cloud computing and software companies, as well as over 200 innovative startups, CNCF is part of the nonprofit Linux Foundation. For more information, please visit http://www.cncf.io.

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Global Cloud Computing in Automotive Market Report Size 2021, Segment by Application, Types and Revenue, Business Growth and Strategy and with Current…

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