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One love, OneSphere: Let's give thanks to the cloud and HPE, all right?

Analysis From multi-cloud pain in the ass to a single pane of glass

Navigating the hybrid cloud maze: Have you agreed on a cost of exit?

Once you're in...

HPE GreenLake: Enterprise takes another splash at pay-as-you-go private cloud

Come on in, the water's... err... cloudy

Amazon launches Secret Region – so secret it's endorsed by the CIA

The rest of us just get a 0.04% improvement in EC2 reliability, to a guaranteed 99.99%

Azure turns on reserved cloudy VMs, without Hotel California clause

Back to capex spending, but refunds offered to those who bail on multi-year commitments

Australian Broadcasting Corporation leaks passwords, video from AWS S3 bucket

'Advance video content' and years of backups dangled in the cloud

Sparks fly as Databricks buddies up with Microsoft in the cloud

Analytics biz now a first-party service on Azure

Hardware-driven security in the hybrid cloud

Sponsored Chips to the rescue

AWS sells local Chinese infrastructure to local partner Sinnet

Bezos' cut price bit barns sell to comply with local laws

Rackspace, HPE pitch pay-as-you-go private cloud

OpenStack to power first version of scalable clouds, Azure and VMware to follow

The day I almost pinned my tushie as a Google Maps landmark

Something for the Weekend, Sir? My blue jean contents are disruptive

Hey, Nvidia – who loves you, and who do you love? A. Cloud giants

Cryptocurrency mining is another story, though

Want to provision a new VM on Azure? Get in line

UK West and South regions suffering from capacity issues

KVM? Us? Amazon erases new hypervisor from AWS EC2 FAQ

We've fro-Xen page to preserve evidence of NVMe servers and Xen's stay of execution

Qualcomm is shipping next chip it'll perhaps get sued for: ARM server processor Centriq 2400

Microsoft, Google keen to use CPUs and push Intel Outside

Nutanix builds doorway to multiple compute and object storage services

.NEXT On the path to becoming an enterprise hybrid cloud provider and gateway

Google broke its own cloud, again, with dud DB config change

Memcache was gone in 20 seconds and down for nearly two hours

New BFFs Salesforce and Google link arms, er, CRMs with G Suite

Silicon Valley bigwigs giggle to themselves, thumb their noses at Redmond

That awkward moment when AWS charges you BEELLIONS for Lightsail

Ahhh, it's a mistake. Not CEO Bezos' plan to get EVEN richer

AWS adopts home-brewed KVM as new hypervisor

Out with Xen, in with 'core KVM technology' for new C5 instances and future VMs too

Oh, Google. You really are spoiling us: Docs block cockup chalks up yet another apology

No humans were reading your stuff, just to be clear

IBM kills Bluemix, a year after killing SoftLayer

Logowatch It's all just 'IBM cloud' now. But IBM's actual new cloud is still months off

Guess who's now automating small-biz IT jobs? Yes, it's Microsoft

Dear job hunters, you're out of luck. Redmond's 365 Business is designed for PHBs

IBM's containerised Cloud Private's out in the open

Big Blue hybrid cloud organ stands up to be counted

How to secure a software-driven technology stack in a cloud of moving parts

Automate all the things

Ailing BT division snuggles up with AWS to flog cloudy services

Part of new 'digital' rebrand amid thousands of job cuts

Microsoft slowly closes Outlook Premium's door while Office 365 winks at you across the street

Want to pay for 50GB of Redmond-powered ad-free email? We decode your options

What just banked $7bn in pay dirt, is stroking its big growth, and rhymes with cold sweat?

Google star of the show, again

What just counted $24bn in receipts, and rhymes with psycho loft?

Azure up, Office going great, LinkedIn... not terrible

What employs half a million people, just did $44bn in sales, and rhymes with Azerbaijan?

AWS revenue up 42 per cent, compared to 34 per cent overall

HMRC boss defends shift to AWS, says they got 50% knocked off

Is Amazon the only one who can handle its cloudy needs? No, there is one other...

Cisco, Google, sitting in a tree, C-L-O-U-D-I-N-G

HyperFlex learns to talk Kubernetes for consistent hybrid cloud merriment

Bright Sparks: Databricks emits system to sort out ‘data mess’

Data-nom from stream, lake and warehouse, they chirp

How is the big switch to the public cloud working out?

Analysis Thing is, Oracle 'n' pals are not only ones pushing an agenda...

AWS will be the last big cloud to add Skylake as Azure turns 'em on

Announced support November 2016, but fabled C5 instances are still vapourware

No more mister nice GUI: Visual tools stapled to Azure Data Factory

Hate code? Love lists? Microsoft's got you covered

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