Watch Google, not the ISPs
As someone who takes her cues on net neutrality from Gigaom’s resident expert Stacey Higginbotham or, failing that, John Oliver, this is hard to admit: Mark…
If your cloud provider’s lineup leaves you cold, you can jump ship. Or you could wait a minute because things could —…
On this week’s Structure Show: Microsoft adds more powerful IaaS capabilities while Amazon makes AWS more enterprise-worthy.
New and old, married and divorced — this week’s show is all about extremes. We kick off discussing HP’s decision to become two companies focused on very different things, and conclude by interviewing Ann and Bobby Johnson — the married couple behind promising new analytics startup Interana.
Jason Hoffman, the former Joyent CTO who’s now spearheading Ericsson’s cloud computing show talks about what he and Apcera are up to. In addition, the Oracle succession saga, Talko talks, and what’s up with Watson.
On this week’s Structure Show: Marten Mickos, Martin Fink and Bill Hilf talk about HP’s acquisition of Eucalyptus and what it means to HP’s OpenStack-focused clouds.
Zapier Co-Founder Bryan Helmig explains why his company wants to make it easy for users to cobble together their own personal best-of-breed app suites. And also why that is work for masochists.
In the not-so-distant past, if you wanted to query huge data sets, you needed authorized access to the big iron of supercomputers. The era of big data and public cloud has changed all that and hat’s a great thing, says Yahoo Fellow Kalev Leetaru.
Matei Zaharia is a big Spark booster. He helped build the project into the force it’s become in big data analytics and is CTO of Databricks.
On this week’s Structure Show, Sqrrl’s Ely Khan talks about the big data analytics and privacy dilemma faced by three-letter agencies and Fortune 100 companies alike.
The week in cloud: Where are you going to go for your OpenStack drivers? Seriously — I’m asking …
On this week’s Structure Show we hash out why Microsoft, a software company, needs to weigh in on server design and Mailchimp’s data scientist on why we should watch what DisneyWorld is doing with your data.
The week in cloud: HP will replace Verizon Terremark as Healthcare.gov hosting partner, but that may be just the beginning of more shakeups to come as the administration tries to fix what ails the troubled website.
In this week’s Structure Show, we talk through all the AWS Re:Invent news; the looming era of open-source switches, and how Cycle Computing helps a scientist build the solar panels of the future.
On this week’s show, we talk with Atlas Venture partner Chris Lynch about big data disruption and recap the big cloud news of the week.
This week on the Structure Show: Greylock Ventures partner Jerry Chen talks about what’s hot (and what’s not) in tech.
On this week’s Structure Show HP cloud evangelist Margaret Dawson says people have to get beyond the notion that cloud adoption or migration is easy-peasy.
Two top VCs talk about the big data analytics opportunity and Lew Cirne talks about doing more with the data New Relic already collects.
On this week’s show we talk about Structure Europe, get heebie jeebies over social media stalking and listen to the always entertaining Box CEO, Aaron Levie.
This week we handicap VMware’s chances in cloud vis a vis AWS and Microsoft and Nebula CEO (and former NASA CTO) sketches out how he sees the cloud market unfolding.
Four trillion transactions? That’s just one reason you should pay attention to Google’s growing cloud. Also, the raging cloud storage wars and why big data may be hyped but is still pretty big.
The Gigaom Structure Show delivers lively analysis of all the news in the cloud computing and big data spaces. Each week, Barb Darrow and Derrick Harris break down the cloud and data stories you need to know and interview the industries biggest players.
This week’s topics: Can VMware make a dent in cloud? What’s all this we keep hearing about Yarn? Plus, a chat with Paul Santinelli.