Brandon Butler

Senior Editor

Senior Editor Brandon Butler covers the cloud computing industry for Network World by focusing on the advancements of major players in the industry, tracking end user deployments and keeping tabs on the hottest new startups. He contributes to NetworkWorld.com and is the author of the Cloud Chronicles blog. Before starting at Network World in January 2012, he worked for a daily newspaper in Massachusetts and the Worcester Business Journal, where he was a senior reporter and editor of MetroWest 495 Biz. Email him at bbutler@nww.com and follow him on Twitter @BButlerNWW.


De nieuwe netwerktrend: Intent-based networking

Cisco lanceert producten die zich richten op relatief nieuwe netwerkbeveiliging.

Serverless computing: de nieuwe generatie cloudinfrastructuur

Een uitleg. Wat is het en waarom is dit zo belangrijk?

Amazon Connect brings contact centers to AWS

Amazon Connect brings contact centers to AWS

Although cloud-based contact center software is still an emerging market, Amazon today introduced Connect, its take on this industry, hosted in the AWS cloud. The move represents AWS’s continued march into the enterprise...

How IBM wants to bring blockchain from Bitcoin to your data center

How IBM wants to bring blockchain from Bitcoin to your data center

At its InterConnect conference in Las Vegas, IBM is announcing new features for its blockchain service in an attempt to bring this distributed database technology from its initial use of powering Bitcoin to a broader market, including...

5 lessen van Amazons cloudstoring

Zo zorg je dat jouw applicaties beschikbaar blijven bij een storing.

Battle of the clouds: Amazon Web Services vs. Microsoft Azure vs. Google Cloud Platform

Battle of the clouds: Amazon Web Services vs. Microsoft Azure vs. Google Cloud Platform

With more and more workloads going to the cloud, and the top vendors being as competitive as they’ve been, deciding on which provider to go with isn’t getting any easier. This handy guide will outline the pros and cons of each...

Dell EMC combines hyperconvergence, cloud in latest VxRail offering

Dell EMC combines hyperconvergence, cloud in latest VxRail offering

Dell EMC is now offering a combination of its VxRail hyperconverged infrastructure and the EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud platform to make it easier for mid-size organizations to build private clouds.

Citrix bolsters virtualization wares, integration with Microsoft Azure

Citrix bolsters virtualization wares, integration with Microsoft Azure

Citrix and Microsoft are longstanding partners, but with a new CEO that is a former Microsoft executive, Citrix is deepening its integrations between its application and desktop virtualization products and the Microsoft Azure cloud. ...

F5 readies ADCs for public cloud

F5 readies ADCs for public cloud

F5, considered the market-share leader in application delivery control (ADC), released new versions of its flagship BIG-IP product that make it easier to use the company’s load balancer, firewall and other application delivery...

What you should know about microservices

What you should know about microservices

Microservices and container-based applications are becoming ever more popular. Why? And what does the emergence of these trends mean for your shop? This primer explains what microservices are, why your app-dev teams want to use them...

A peek inside Microsoft Azure’s open-source server and rack designs

A peek inside Microsoft Azure’s open-source server and rack designs

What do the servers and racks that make up one of the largest hyperscale data center networks in the world look like? Microsoft has provided a glimpse this week when it open sourced Project Olympus, the design specs for the hardware...

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