At Rishidot Research, we often hear from IT stakeholders about their confusion about newer technologies in the Modern Enterprise market. They wonder whether they should use containers or serverless or stick to virtual machines. We have released a flow diagram that will help you understand how these technologies fit for a simple workload.
Today, Red Hat, the open source company focussed on enterprise IT, announced the acquisition of CoreOS, its competitor in the container market (Red Hat press release). This is clearly shaking up the enterprise application platform market and, definitely, the Kubernetes community. CNBC puts the cost of the acquisition at $250 Million, making this one of […]
In this post, we take a look at major Cloud platforms focussed on developers. We consider Red Hat OpenShift, Pivotal CloudFoundry and Mesosphere platforms for this short analysis
In this post, we take a look at public cloud vendors like AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud and Oracle cloud to understand where they stand in the market.
Shareinsights 2.0 is a powerful business data analytics tools from Accelerite. In this analysis, we talk about Shareinsights 2.0 which is focussed on giving business users powerful analytics tool to process large data.
Yesterday at Dockercon EU, Docker announced its support for Kubernetes on the Docker Enterprise Edition, Docker Community Edition as well as its desktop apps as well as the Moby project. This is a significant shift for a company that almost broke the open source community around the then Docker project. They wanted to push the […]
RackN, the startup based in Austin, had launched their platform in beta last week. RackN aims to simplify infrastructure provisioning through a layered approach which decouples provision, control, and orchestration, giving users more flexibility without losing simplicity. In this research note, we will analyze their platform. Market Overview Data center infrastructure provisioning is an old […]
Oracle., the enterprise giant of the legacy era, hosted their annual user conference Oracle OpenWorld last week shed some more light on their cloud strategy. Oracle made some announcements focussed on cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence, and Blockchain but it came out more like an organization trying to jumpstart their vehicle to catch up with competition […]