Since its acquisition of Phantom, Splunk has been folding the start-up's automation and orchestration expertise into its IT and security monitoring portfolio.
The CEO of Splunk is doubling down on his belief that data silos are not the enterprise bogeyman they are often made out to be.
The new CEO of Snowflake talks frankly about what he wants to bring to the company and some of the key challenges on his agenda.
Salesforce is pushing forward with packaging elements of its SaaS stack for industries, launching Consumer Goods Cloud and Manufacturing Cloud.
Asics Digita recently shifted its data warehouse from a creaking Amazon Redshift instance to Snowflake's cloud-native solution.
Salesforce acquired Tableau in a $15.7 billion all-stock deal last month, making it the CRM giant's biggest acquisition by some distance.
Google Cloud has announced the general availability of Anthos: a platform that allows customers to run applications both on premise and in the cloud.
Since being appointed, Thomas Kurian has kept a low public profile, embarking on a broad listening brief across a business he believes can compete with AWS.
SAP has lost another high-profile executive when the head of cloud and 27-year veteran of the company Robert Enslin resigned to pursue 'an external opportunity'.
The newly formed Virgin Trains USA has turned to the integration platform as a service vendor Dell Boomi to link up its various systems ahead of launch.
Both Microsoft and AWS reported impressive cloud revenue figures to start 2018, with Redmond boasting nearly double the year-on-year growth of biggest rival.
As AWS continues to court the enterprise sector, it's hiring a team of ex-CIOs to help translate its technology into tangible outcomes for its biggest clients.
Despite being the most transformational technology of this generation, public cloud computing still has not surpassed the 50 per cent threshold for adoption.