‘Hyperscalers Drive Our Data Center Business,’ Says Tony DeSpirito, Schneider Electric

The public cloud services market is projected to grow 21.4 percent in 2018 to total $186.4 billion, up to $153.5 billion in 2017. HJ.com had an interview with Tony DeSpirito, Schneider Electric’s Vice President/General Manager of Data Center Operation Services, discussing the impact of this hyperscaler market dominance.

CEO Sharktech, Tim Timrawi, “Our Expansion to Europe is Part of a Bigger Play”

Sharktech, a DDoS protection company headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, has announced the opening of its Amsterdam data center, bringing automatic DDoS protection to European companies' IT infrastructure.

“Our Oil-Based Data Center Solution Enables a 50% Energy Usage Reduction”

Clean-tech startup Asperitas has invented and globally launched their oil-based Datacenter-in-a-Box solution. In an interview with HostingJournalist.com, Asperitas’ Marketing Manager Maikel Bouricius shares with us the ins and outs of their oil-based AIC24 data center solution.

“A Great Advantage of Serverless CDN is That It Grows With Demand”

HostingJournalist.com sat down with Peer5 company founders Hadar Weiss and Shachar Zohar to talk about some content delivery network trends and the CDN solutions delivered by Peer5. The company’s CDN is a bit different from many other CDN technologies available in the market, as Peer5’s solution is not using any servers for distributing the content.

“Good Data Center Construction Project Managers Are Hard to Find”

HostingJournalist.com sat down with Peter Hannaford, founder and CEO of international data center recruitment firm Datacenter People, based in the UK, to discuss job role fulfillment in our industry.

“Managing Cloud Costs and Scaling are Main Issues Developers Struggle With”

As a fast-growing company with global operations, DigitalOcean is focusing on building cloud computing products for developers. At Web Summit 2017, DigitalOcean had their booth located at prime location in Pavilion 1.

CEO Delawalla, Net Data Centers, “We are currently focused on expanding managed service offerings”

Los Angeles-based colocation and cloud hosting provider Net2EZ announced its official name and brand change to Net Data Centers.

CEO OnApp, Ditlev Bredahl, “It isn’t just about cloud, in the end”

The first version of OnApp’s Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) hosting platform was launched in July 2010. Today, OnApp already has an employee base of 140 and more than 3,000 hosts and telcos globally present in the OnApp ecosystem.

‘We’re Actively Hiring Personnel to Quickly Pursue Our Aggressive Growth Goals,’ Says Reliam CEO...

HostingJournalist.com sat down with Reliam CEO Simon Anderson (former CEO of DreamHost, from 2011 - 2015) to discuss mergers, as well as the future of both the company and the hosting and cloud market.

Video Interview: Talking Hyperscale, Cybersecurity and Multi-Cloud with Juniper Networks

Market shares of hyperscale cloud providers are growing fast. Companies are setting the trend from ‘scale up’ to ‘scale out’ network architectures, but what does it mean exactly for the data center and hosting market at large?

Sr. Director WP Engine, Adam Prishtina, “WordPress Hosting is Gaining Momentum In the Enterprise...

Recently, a new ‘Page Performance’ WordPress hosting solution came out of WP Engine’s R&D lab. Hostingjournalist.com sat down with Adam Prishtina, Sr. Director of Product Management at WP Engine.

Founder of Fast-Growing IaaS Company 3W Infra, Murat Bayhan, “We Don’t do Cloud, We’re...

As a ‘pure-play’ Infrastructure-as-a-Service hosting provider headquartered in the Amsterdam region, 3W Infra turns out to be growing at a fast pace - delivering highly customized IaaS hosting solutions to its customers worldwide.

Private Cloud: Dead or Alive?

Hyperscalers like AWS, Google and Azure are gaining market share quite fast currently. How alive is the market for hosted private cloud still? HostingJournalist.com sat down with Larry SnodGrass, Vice President of Channel Sales of US-based cloud service provider (CSP) Cloudtrek.

Microsoft Engineer, Steadfast, “Moving Your Infrastructure To Private Cloud Is a Decision Worth Investigating”

Private cloud might be seen as the hosted equivalent of an on-premises infrastructure, with dedicated resources and security in place just as many organizations were used to.
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