A Tale Of Two Enterprise IT Beasties

The so-called “Magnificent 7” or “Super 8” hyperscalers and cloud builders of the world may comprise a substantial slice of worldwide sales of servers, storage, and networking, and the cloud capacity and hyperscale services they provide may in turn represent a significant – but nowhere near dominant – chunk of overall IT spending.


Getting The Cloud But Keeping Control

The public cloud for years has tempted enterprises with the promise of much-needed agility and scalability that come with an elastic IT environment and of cost savings from not having to invest a lot of money upfront to buy a lot of infrastructure, adopting instead more flexible consumption models that allow organizations to pay only for what they use.