Digital transformation is everywhere, and it’s a critical point in IT evolution—but there’s a whole ecosystem of companies that are forming, not transforming, and starting from scratch with their own modern data centers—using both open source and proprietary software. (more…)
Jeremy Burton is the Chief Marketing Officer of Dell, directly responsible for the global marketing structure, strategy, and all aspects of Dell’s enterprise marketing efforts including brand, communications, digital and field & channel marketing. In addition to his marketing responsibilities, Burton leads Corporate Development where is responsible for M&A and venture capital investment activity. He is based at Dell’s offices in Santa Clara, California.
Three years ago, the thought of EMC offering up code to open source projects for the world to freely access would have been heresy. The old idea was that we’d produce proprietary source code and over our dead body would we share it. (more…)
IT organizations have been told they need to tightly integrate application development and IT operations to succeed. But achieving that DevOps goal can be difficult for many companies because their IT operations are fractured. Indeed, the very history of IT infrastructure is defined by the separate management disciplines that grew up around silos of compute, storage and networking resources. (more…)
Brian Gallagher is President of EMC’s Cloud Platform Team. He is responsible for the company’s strategy and offerings for cloud native application management and orchestration. He is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Last week we held the official opening of the EMC Cloud Foundry Dojo in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The term ‘dojo’ is a Japanese word that translates to ‘the place of the way’. In our dojo, software developers learn and contribute to Cloud Foundry, the leading open source platform for Cloud Native Applications. (more…)
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