Oct
05
2017
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Google Compute Engine goes a little crazy with up to 96 CPU cores and 624 GB of memory

 If you’ve got a resource-hungry app, Google Compute Engine’s latest offering has you covered. It lets you dial up to 96 CPUs and an other-worldly 624 GB of memory. Remember Bill Gates asking who would ever need more than 64K of memory. He obviously didn’t see this coming. If you think that’s a lot, you aren’t kidding, and believe it or not it’s a big boost… Read More

Sep
14
2017
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AWS now offers a virtual machine with over 4TB of memory

 Earlier this year, Amazon’s AWS group said that it was working on bringing instance types with between 4 to 16TB of memory to its users. It’s now starting to fulfill this promise as the company today launched its largest EC2 machine (in terms of memory size) yet: the x1e.32xlarge instance with a whopping 4.19TB of RAM. Previously, EC2’s largest instance only featured just… Read More

Mar
08
2017
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Google announces significant partnership with SAP at Google Cloud Next Conference

 Google announced onstage today at Google Cloud Next a partnership with SAP to deliver SAP HANA, the company’s in-memory database on Google Cloud Platform. It’s a big deal for a number of reasons. First of all, it gives Google a major enterprise customer for its cloud platform, something that it’s trying to promote in big way. Secondly, it gives them an established… Read More

Jul
20
2016
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SAP beats analysts’ expectations, reports “record-setting” revenue and profit

Bill McDermott, chief executive officer of SAP AG, poses for a photograph during the software company's annual general meeting in Mannheim, Germany, on Wednesday, May 21, 2014. McDermott, who becomes the German company's sole chief executive officer today, is counting on the leadership change to speed decision-making at the software maker trying to accelerate growth. Photographer: Martin Leissl/Bloomberg via Getty Images German IT services and enterprise giant SAP reported encouraging numbers for Q2 2016, beating analysts’ expectations and spiking its share price by nearly five percent in pre-market trading Wednesday as its non-IFRS EPS increased 2 percent to €0.82 ($0.90). Analysts had predicted a quarterly EPS of $0.78. The leap is owed in part to the strength of the company’s… Read More

May
17
2016
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Microsoft and SAP love grows stronger in the cloud

SAP extreme sailing in Singapore. Microsoft and SAP have been pals for years and years, and today at the SAP Sapphire Now customer conference in Orlando, the two company CEOs, Satya Nadella and Bill McDermott announced they were taking the relationship to another level with deeper cloud integrations between the two companies. The deal will enable SAP customers to run HANA, the company’s in-memory database product … Read More

May
05
2016
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SAP announces new partnership with Apple to expand iOS in the enterprise

A man walks up the stairs at the Apple Store in Grand Central Station February 25, 2016. 
Apple has been in a legal fight with the government in the San Bernardino case, where the FBI wants the company to help hacking the iPhone of Syed Farook, a US citizen, who gunned down 14 people with his Pakistani wife Tashfeen Malik in the California city in December. / AFP / Timothy A. CLARY        (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images) SAP announced a broad partnership with Apple today to bring iOS to SAP’s enterprise customer base. The announcement comes almost two years after Apple made a similar deal with IBM. Steve Lucas, president for SAP’s Digital Enterprise Platform says while it’s natural to see similarities between the two deals — two large enterprise companies making a deal with Apple… Read More

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