We join forces with partners across industries and share best practices. We get and give advice on how to do things better. It’s a striking, refreshing and motivating dynamic in the normally intensely competitive business arena, and it’s not just us. All around the corporate world, big names and up-and-comers alike are learning about sustainability from each other.
A change as fundamental as the shift to software-defined networking infrastructures doesn’t just happen in a moment. But it is happening now. Software-defined networking (SDN) is at the core of many virtualized network infrastructures and has gone through a lot of maturing to become a mainstream technology.
The recent rise of artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning (ML) in the cloud — and related capabilities such as predictive analytics — has started to push DevOps organizations to explore the implementation of a new data analysis model that relies on mathematical algorithms.
The hybrid multicloud is the architecture of the future because it fits where business is going, and so does Equinix SmartKey™, a new as-a-service security offering we’re launching today. SmartKey delivers multicloud-ready encryption key management, which we know is a critical part of doing business in an increasingly digital world.
If you’re wondering how wide-spread application state can be coordinated throughout such a dynamic landscape, you’d be right to do so. Coordination is needed not just across internal business services, but also across disparate services that may or may not be connected to a common messaging platform up and down the application layer stack.
According to LogicMonitor’s Cloud Vision 2020: The Future of the Cloud Study, 66% of the enterprises surveyed see AI/ML as one of the leading factors driving greater public cloud adoption in 2020. A modern data architecture is imperative in today’s global digital economy to give enterprises the speed and agility required to transform into digital businesses, leverage cloud, and quickly access and unify data using evolving technologies such as AI/ML and the Internet of Things (IoT).
We want our customers to see us as a trusted strategic partner and derive as much value as possible from each and every interaction with us at every point throughout the customer experience journey. This is why we are embarking on a multi-year, customer-inspired experience transformation that spans all functions of our organization and unites everyone at Equinix around delivering a world-class experience for our customers.
The shift from in-house IT to a public, private, hybrid or multicloud environment can be daunting for any IT team, whether they are working in the private or public sectors. This is why cloud enablement training and services are critical to helping any organization ensure a successful cloud deployment.
The 451 Research Pathfinder Advisory report, “Key Management as a Service: A Concept for Modern Encrypted Data Requirements,” cites that more and more enterprise workloads are being placed in the cloud, an estimated 60% by 2018. Given these findings, the time has come for digital businesses to leverage key management as a service for protecting and accessing their data in multiple cloud platforms.
This year’s winter games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, featured the latest technology almost everywhere you looked – from sensor-filled speed-skating suits, to driverless buses, to digital payment gloves. Robots guided people through the airport. A 5G network debuted. When you combine the games with the ongoing Mobile World Congress, it’s like a three-week glimpse into the future.