Tech Primers

What Does Cloud Observability Mean for FinOps?


Cloud observability is a red-hot area of development that will be needed for cloud-cost management.

By: R. Scott Raynovich
November 17, 2023
News/Analysis
Cloud Tracker Pro

Smart Ports Build on Private Wireless


Despite general grousing about a lack of wireless “monetization,” there’s at least one industry sector where it’s taken off like a rocket -- smart seaports.

By: Mary Jander
November 17, 2023
News/Analysis

Cisco Shares Plunge After Sales Expectations Reduced


Networking market leader Cisco's growth has stalled and the management has reduce revenue guidance, casting a pall over enterprise tech markets.

By: R. Scott Raynovich
November 16, 2023
News/Analysis

Itential, Kentik Partner on Network Automation


Kentik and Itential to cooperate to deliver network automation solutions.

By: R. Scott Raynovich
November 14, 2023
News/Analysis

Ciena Passes 100,000 in 800-Gb/s Sales


Ciena's sold over 100,000 800-Gb/s coherent optical modems since 2019, and growth isn't slowing down.

By: Mary Jander
November 13, 2023
News/Analysis

KubeCon Katchup: Managing Sprawl, Observability, and Cost


At Kubecon, maybe it's become about managing the sprawl.

By: R. Scott Raynovich
November 10, 2023
Premium Research
Cloud Tracker Pro

Hybrid Cloud Index: Where Do Hyperscalers Do Best?


Futuriom's growing Hybrid Cloud Index reveals the strengths and weaknesses customers perceive in their public cloud services.

By: Mary Jander
November 09, 2023
News/Analysis

Qumulo Drives Hybrid Cloud Storage


Qumulo has launched hybrid storage product Scale Anywhere, which provides flexible options for file-based storage.

By: R. Scott Raynovich
November 09, 2023
News/Analysis

Futuriom 50: The 2023 Standouts


The year's ending and Futuriom is starting to pick the Futuriom 50 list of top private companies in key markets for cloud and communications infrastructure..

By: Mary Jander
November 08, 2023
News/Analysis

CAST AI Raises $35M, Expands with New Features


FinOps firm CAST AI has raised $35 million in a Series B funding round, while announcing new features for its K8s automation platform.

By: R. Scott Raynovich
November 07, 2023