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Jan 15 2018   9:18AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (1/8 – 1/15)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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Is 2018 the year of the hybrid cloud? Find out why cloud providers are pushing for it in this week’s roundup.

1. Providers continue to push hybrid cloud technologies in 2018 – Jim O’Reilly (SearchCloudComputing)

The hybrid cloud market changes rapidly, as major cloud providers release new services to bridge private and public platforms, but for now, management challenges remain.

2. Time-series monitoring tools give high-resolution view of IT – Beth Pariseau (SearchITOperations)

DevOps monitoring tools based on time-series databases create a steeper learning curve than traditional monitoring software, but arm IT pros with richer data for troubleshooting.

3. Frost Science Museum IT DR planning braced for worst, survived Irma – Dave Raffo (SearchDisasterRecovery)

The Frost Museum of Science on the water in Miami braced for Hurricane Irma with a solidified storage and data center infrastructure, and it suffered minimal damage from the storm.

4. AMD backtracks on Spectre vulnerabilities, plans microcode updates – Rob Wright (SearchSecurity)

AMD initially believed the Spectre vulnerabilities posed “near zero risk” to its chip, but the company this week reversed course and is planning microcode updates for its products.

5. Key considerations of AI, IoT and digital transformation – Mark Troester (IoT Agenda)

Artificial intelligence, the internet of things and digital transformation have been popular subjects over the last year. A quick scan of your favorite tech publication will likely result in multiple stories covering all three of these concepts as companies across the globe embrace them.

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