Cloud Computing Updates
We can elevate our clients’ talent acquisition technologies and strategies to achieve their vision – Sue Marks, Founder and CEO of Cielo
Since launching the first enterprise-wide technology platform in 2008, we have been recognized for being first-to-market with innovations that revolutionize the recruitment profession and industry. There is a reason why this level of transformation hasn’t been done before – successfully at scale. Building a cloud-based platform with seamless integrations that can flex with existing client tech infrastructure and accommodate new innovations and changing business needs is complex. But with the TA and technology expertise of our global team, plus the strong partnership with some of the industry’s best technology providers, we can elevate our clients’ talent acquisition technologies and strategies to achieve their vision.
One of the biggest pain points of cloud adoption is the cost and effort of migration. To ease the process, today’s launch of new Oracle Cloud Lift Services gives Oracle customers expanded access to technical tools and cloud engineering resources to quickly migrate workloads to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). Oracle now offers these resources – at no additional cost – to all existing and new Oracle Cloud customers worldwide. “Our customers want a seamless path to the cloud with the right guidance, solution architecture, and hands-on help we can provide,” said Vinay Kumar, senior vice president, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. “Oracle Cloud Lift Services is just one of several changes we are implementing to accelerate customer success on Oracle Cloud.”
Oracle Cloud Lift Services together with Infosys Cobalt cloud offerings help our joint customers accelerate – Gopikrishnan Konnanath, SVP & Service Offering Head, Oracle Services, Infosys
Oracle Cloud Lift Services together with Infosys Cobalt cloud offerings help our joint customers accelerate the work of migrating to the cloud and modernizing their landscape to drive faster business results. As a partner, we ensure client success through outcome-driven transformation programs that build differentiated capabilities to help our clients become resilient, agile and competitive.
Using Microsoft Azure technology, Oneview Healthcare Launches First Cloud-based Care Experience Platform
Oneview Healthcare , a global healthcare technology company, today announced the launch of CXP Cloud Enterprise for enhancing the patient care experience within health systems. Deployed on Microsoft Azure with Samsung tablets, this cloud-based platform helps health systems quickly adopt technology for engaging patients, reducing non-clinical demands on care teams and optimizing clinical and operational effectiveness. During the COVID-19 pandemic, care teams have been under intense pressure while staff and patients have restricted access to family and friends. CXP Cloud Enterprise gives patients and their families the ability to communicate virtually with healthcare teams, along with access to education and health information. Oneview enables care teams to provide patients with access to unified information and applications on secure bedside devices that can drive more meaningful engagement, improved satisfaction, and better-quality outcomes.
Cloudera the enterprise data cloud company, today announced the Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) is now available on Google Cloud. CDP is a hybrid and multi-cloud data and analytics platform that offers unparalleled security and governance for the world’s largest enterprises. The addition of CDP for Google Cloud enables Cloudera to deliver on its promise to offer its enterprise data platform at global scale. Google Cloud is emerging as the public cloud of choice for a number of key enterprises and the availability of CDP on the platform will bring even more choice, capabilities, and scale to customers. Finding hidden patterns in data can mean the difference between being a market leader or falling behind. Businesses have too much data and not enough time to analyze it. To stay ahead of the competition, unlocking real-time insights from data is critical. CDP Data Hub on Google Cloud allows companies to get positive business results fast with instant access to quality data on a scalable, open source, enterprise data cloud platform.
Fueled by our open source DNA, Cloudera helps companies make sense of every bit of data across hybrid, multi-cloud and on-premises architectures. Cloudera helps the majority of the top 100 companies included in the Fortune 500 harness insights while enabling secure, centralized governance and compliance over the entire data lifecycle. We’re pleased to be bringing our expertise to Google Cloud.
Cielo, the world’s leading strategic Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) provider, has reimagined tech-enabled RPO with their next evolution of Cielo TalentCloud, a flexible platform designed to deliver great experiences, elevate meaningful insights, and accelerate recruiting performance. Most talent acquisition functions have made at least one technology purchase in the past two years. But two out of five companies are either dissatisfied or indifferent to their current provider, finds Aptitude Research. The future of recruitment abandons the current state of point solutions and unintegrated data that degrades experience, challenges compliance, and prevents predictability in the recruitment process. However, there is not one applicant tracking system (ATS) or candidate relationship management system (CRM) in the market today that can cover the end-to-end process and capture all the innovation within point solutions. This is why RPO’s future technology model is a seamless, integrated digital ecosystem, according to the Everest Group. Cielo TalentCloud makes that a reality through an optimal combination of technology, people and processes.
Achieving Google Cloud Partner Status Recognizes Our Expertise – Jim Ball, Vice President Global Alliances, Navisite
Achieving Google Cloud Partner status recognizes our expertise in helping customers effectively leverage the features and benefits of Google Cloud for their businesses. We’re seeing growing interest and adoption of Google Cloud for data analytics and to run mission-critical enterprise applications and workloads. We’re committed to ensuring that our mid-market and enterprise customers are getting the most out of their investment with a wide range of services and capabilities.
We’re pleased to recognize Navisite as an official Google Cloud Partner – Edy Sardilli, Google Cloud Lead
We’re pleased to recognize Navisite as an official Google Cloud Partner. Navisite offers a comprehensive portfolio of managed cloud services, with the knowledge and expertise to successfully migrate and support enterprise environments. We look forward to working together to help customers take full advantage of Google Cloud to drive growth and innovation.
Google Cloud on March 9 made its new healthcare consent management application programming interface generally available for health tech developers and clinical researchers who work with patients’ health data. The Healthcare Consent Management API helps health data users more easily meet the requirements of existing and emergency privacy and consent frameworks while maintaining transparent incorporation of digital health data into patient care and research. The API can be used, for example, when providers, researchers or their applications need to determine whether data can be accessed for a particular purpose. They can send a query to the API, which quickly determines if there is valid consent record permitting access.
Google Cloud’s API aims to build on advancements made during the COVID-19 pandemic, which pushed healthcare organizations to rapidly adopt virtual care and remote trials. This has left healthcare app developers and researchers with the need for easy and secure ways to manage patient consent, according to Jameson Rogers, PhD, Google Cloud Healthcare & Life Sciences product manager. Further, the explosion of rich data generated by devices such as glucose monitors, wearables, and other sources have emphasized the importance of patient consent and privacy, as patients and caregivers look to safely incorporate data from more sources into their care plans.
The latest analysis coming out of Flexera’s State of the Cloud report, based on the experiences of 750 executives, finds that while a great deal of money is being spent in the cloud, accounting where it all goes can still be somewhat of a mystery. Most companies spend more than a million dollars a year on cloud services, yet they struggle to handle their growing cloud spend. On average, survey respondents estimate 30% of cloud spend is wasted.
Use of public cloud PaaS services is increasing. Data warehouse has the highest adoption, used by 54%, while 28% of enterprises are experimenting with artificial intelligence and machine learning — more than any other PaaS services. Top challenges are security, spend, governance and expertise. Overall, 81% indicate that security is a challenge, followed by 79% for managing cloud spend and 75% each for governance, lack of resources/expertise and compliance.
Vertica and Dell EMC Announced General Availability of Vertica in Eon Mode for Dell EMC Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS)
Vertica and Dell EMC have announced the general availability of Vertica in Eon Mode for Dell EMC Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS), delivering data-driven organizations more freedom to leverage cloud innovation for analytics. According to the companies, this combined predictive analytics offering gives data-driven organizations the ability to leverage cloud innovation for analytics wherever their data resides, supporting hybrid deployments and on-premises data center use cases. By “right sizing” the compute resources for analytical queries and storage resources for data, data engineering teams can more cost-effectively and confidently manage variable workloads.
Ingram Micro Cloud announced a new global Strategic Collaboration Agreement (SCA) with AWS. This multi-year, joint investment is geared towards accelerating the growth of AWS Partners worldwide through Ingram Micro Cloud. During this multi-year, global agreement, Ingram Micro Cloud and AWS will accelerate initiatives to increase reach and footprint in existing geographic markets and expand into new geographic markets across EMEA, LATAM, and ASEAN countries.
Ingram Micro Cloud plans to scale AWS adoption with emerging ISVs, while driving greater adoption of AWS solutions with SMB customers through the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace. Ingram Micro Cloud expects to continue broadening relationships with Emerging and Growth System Integrator (SI) and Value-added Reseller (VAR) partners for AWS through its partner enablement and support initiatives to help AWS Partners build a healthy AWS practice leveraging Ingram Micro Cloud’s 9-step IaaS Practice Building methodology. These initiatives cover a wide range of sales enablement, practice development, technical enablement, and business and financial support services.
In addition to further strengthening our strategic relationship with AWS, this global agreement underscores the critical imperative of the IaaS business for Ingram Micro Cloud. We are thrilled to collaborate with AWS in bringing our skills, services, products, and overall channel knowledge to help our partners find success with AWS at an accelerated pace.
We are delighted to deepen our collaboration with Ingram Micro Cloud – Doug Yeum, Head Global Partner Organization, AWS
We are delighted to deepen our collaboration with Ingram Micro Cloud. Through this agreement and with Ingram Micro Cloud’s expanding AWS Practice and global network of channel partners, more small and medium businesses and ISVs will be able to leverage AWS services to help solve business problems and accelerate growth through digital transformation.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) claiming it drove GreenLake cloud services growth by 116% in 1st Quarter of 2021
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has given some insight into its channel momentum, claiming it drove GreenLake cloud services growth by 116 per cent in the first quarter of 2021. This involves HPE partners across many categories, including channel, colocation, distributor, independent software vendors, service providers, and systems integrators. The vendor said the GreenLake Cloud Services business has more than US$4.5 billion in total contract value, growing its annual revenue run rate by 27 per cent year-on-year. HPE launched its GreenLake Cloud Services platform in June last year to more than 700 partners globally.
HPE continues to innovate to bring HPE GreenLake and the cloud experience – Keith White, HPE GreenLake Cloud Services SVP
As the market leader in hybrid and on-premises cloud services, HPE continues to innovate to bring HPE GreenLake and the cloud experience to a broader set of customers for their digital transformation and modernisation efforts – at the edge, colocation facility, or datacentre. The HPE partner ecosystem plays a central role in our success, and partners of all types are embedding HPE GreenLake into their business models and offerings to deliver an agile as-a-service experience to their clients.
Gartner Survey: CFOs Rank Cloud ERPs at Top of List for Information Technology Investment through 2024
Many CFOs credit cloud computing for helping them weather COVD-19 by cutting fixed costs, moving to remote work and adapting to a surge in online demand. Looking ahead, CFOs rank cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) at the top of the list for information technology investment through 2024, according to a Gartner survey. Worldwide expenditures on public cloud services will balloon to $362.2 billion in 2022 from $257.5 billion last year — a 41% increase, according to estimates by Gartner. Money channeled to the cloud will represent 14.2% of total IT spending by 2024 compared with 9.1% in 2020, Gartner said.
Business software maker Oracle Corp reported quarterly revenue on Wednesday that beat analysts’ estimates, helped by strong demand for its cloud computing services due to remote working. Revenue rose to $10.09 billion from $9.8 billion during the third quarter ended Feb. 28, compared with analysts’ estimates of $10.07 billion, according to IBES data from Refinitiv.
Navisite announced that it has become a Google Cloud Partner, which recognizes the company as an authorized managed services provider on Google Cloud. As a Google Cloud Partner, Navisite not only demonstrates the required knowledge and expertise to successfully migrate customers to Google Cloud, but also the commitment and partnership with Google Cloud to help customers maximize business growth, innovation and profitability. Navisite’s Google Cloud services span all phases of a customer’s migration and beyond, from developing the overall cloud strategy and migration analysis to production cutovers and ongoing support. Enterprises can achieve faster and easier migrations, while maximizing the scalability, agility and flexibility of Google Cloud. In addition, Navisite’s team of experts helps customers continually optimize their businesses on Google Cloud to drive new efficiencies and reduce costs over the long term.
Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) is expected to grow moderately throughout the forecast period of 2019-24, with a CAGR of 10.2%. With cloud being a technology foundation for the deployment of a multitude of digital offerings and services, revenue for infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) is estimated to exceed the $1.2 billion mark by 2024, with a CAGR of 16.3% throughout the forecast period of 2019-24.
AWS has reportedly announced that Edelweiss has selected AWS as its preferred cloud provider, running the vast majority of its workloads on the world’s leading cloud to further drive its digital transformation efforts. To date, Edelweiss has migrated over 210 mission-critical applications from multiple business lines to AWS, including stock recommendations, public websites, and data models, to reduce cost, improve agility, and create innovative new services. Using the breadth and depth of AWS’s portfolio of cloud capabilities, including compute, machine learning, management and governance, serverless, and database, Edelweiss is building a digital ecosystem of applications and systems using application programming interfaces (APIs), which enable Edelweiss’s wealth, asset, credit, and insurance entities to securely exchange information and launch joint customer services.
With AWS, Edelweiss seamlessly scaled up its infrastructure for five days to process investments of more than US $2B during the launch of the Bharat Bond exchange Traded fund (ETF)—at 10% of the cost of a comparable on-premises system. By leveraging Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), which provides secure, resizable compute capacity in the cloud, Edelweiss eliminated service downtime and minimized response times when customers invested into the ETF, making the Bharat Bond ETF India’s largest first-time bond ETF subscription offer launched by an asset management company. By centralizing and analyzing previously siloed customer data using AWS, Edelweiss can gain new customer insights and enable a more personalized customer experience.
AWS is integral to Edelweiss’s Strategy as we Digitally Transform -Nitin Agarwal, President and Group CIO, CTO, and Chief Digital Officer, Edelweiss
AWS is integral to Edelweiss’s strategy as we digitally transform from a traditional financial services organization to an agile, data driven enterprise. We benefit from AWS technologies such as machine learning to create a digital ecosystem that connects our entities and enables them to co-deliver customer personalization at scale, all while maintaining the highest levels of regulatory compliance.
WhatsApp is working on password protection for users’ chat history when backing up to the cloud. According to a tweet from WhatsApp feature leaker site WABetaInfo, the new feature would enable users to introduce a password to keep their chat database and media on the cloud safe from unauthorised access. Screengrabs of the feature showed that users would need to devise a case-sensitive password with an eight-character minimum. Then they would need to key in the account’s corresponding phone number to confirm they want a password.
TO THE NEW has launched its cloud spend optimization solution – ‘CloudKeeper’, which guarantees to cut down AWS bills without any volume commitment. TO THE NEW is a digital technology firm providing digital transformation and product engineering services to ISVs, Consumer Internet, and large enterprises across the globe. We design & build digital platforms and products with Cloud and Data at the focal point. CloudKeeper from TO THE NEW, is a cloud spend optimization solution that guarantees to cut down your AWS bills by 5-15%. With CloudKeeper, we have helped 200+ of our customers optimize their AWS spend with a guaranteed reduction in their AWS Bills.
Cartesian Consulting, a global analytics firm, on Tuesday announced that the company is using IBM Cloud Paks on Red Hat OpenShift to power ZipCast, a solution that helps clients accelerate enterprise-scale demand forecasting for the Retail, Consumer Packaged Goods, Distribution and Manufacturing industries. ZipCast puts forecasting on steroids. It enables forecasting at scale and complexity at a base unit level (e.g. store-SKU), that can be used for demand planning and inventory optimization. The solution is designed to automate the model building and forecasting process to help data scientists save time and focus on higher-value work.