Wanted: More types of machine learning

ML (machine learning) is handy stuff. Now that public cloud computing has made it cheap, I’m seeing all types of cloud-based applications applying this technology effectively. Basically, there are three types of machine learning. [ Also on InfoWorld: AI, machine learning, and deep learning: Everything you need to know ] Supervised learning means we have to… Continue reading Wanted: More types of machine learning

The true value of cloud-based AI isn’t what you think

Artificial intelligence is one of those concepts that was hot in the 80s, kind of went away, and now is red hot. Most point to AI’s new features and functions to explain its growing popularity, but it’s actually because public cloud computing has made it affordable. For a few hundred bucks a month you can… Continue reading The true value of cloud-based AI isn’t what you think

3 signs you have a cloud culture problem

Why does cloud computing fail within enterprises? It’s not the technology—that works fine. The majority of failed projects can be traced back to a toxic culture that killed cloud computing before it got off the launch pad.  How do you spot these issues before they affect your cloud success? Here are three surefire indicators of… Continue reading 3 signs you have a cloud culture problem

Atlassian launches cloud development platform

Atlassian has introduced Atlassian Forge, a serverless cloud development platform designed to streamline enterprise cloud application deployments. Atlassian Forge is available in a private beta, with a waitlist now in effect. In elaborating on Forge, Atlassian said that developers of cloud-based applications have had to deal with building, hosting, and operating an independent web service, which… Continue reading Atlassian launches cloud development platform

Focus on cloud security integration between silos

Do you have good cloud security? If you said yes, I bet it’s just around a small group of applications that were built during a short sprint. The group quickly picked and installed a cloud security solution that worked well for those applications and data stores, or that they considered best of breed. Now add… Continue reading Focus on cloud security integration between silos

Boutique clouds rise on multicloud and microservices

Multicloud computing has become the hottest theme in enterprise networking this year. As noted in this recent Mesosphere survey, multicloud adoption is doubling year over year and more enterprises are moving their workloads—many of them containerized microservices—to large-scale production multiclouds. To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story) from InfoWorld Cloud Computing https://ift.tt/35ifplR… Continue reading Boutique clouds rise on multicloud and microservices