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"infrastructure services" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:26 min | Last month

"infrastructure services" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Emirates. I'm using community in Dubai on a man is granted a light right alongside you, sir. Yes, he was grind Hog day, but it wasn't for Amazon. Well, depends on the number $125 billion in Revenue. Besar steps back years of And, of course, the man who takes over. He runs this particular entity. It's our new acronym AWS. Amazon Web services, the successor, Andy Jassy, delivering margin. Absolutely. So. If you think about some other titans of industry who stepped back perhaps only than expected, you immediately think of Bill Gates stepped down at the age of 45 when he handed over the reins. To the incoming see off course back then, on the chassis as you pointed out very much leading the unit that is the crown jewels and not just Amazon current success, but arguably his future as well. AWS. A control was half of the cloud infrastructure services market. That's what the board get The game Stop. Don't manage because the rally came to a screeching halt this week as the shares had their biggest one day loss on record, erasing more than $27 billion in market value from their high Yeah, On on the reddit form, it says the dip in this market. It's a fake Wall Street bet says. This is lost porn 50 off the restricted stocks. Use of a dime by 10% from the peak on, of course at Gamestop itself. Absolute huge retracement. The question is, has the Reddit rally run? Into a real right, Let's get to the markets. Yusef. We've got a couple different that tones coming through absolutely assault on 10 year yields. Treasuries remain under modest pressure than yield, edging higher and made a move too fast Tracking US stimulus package volumes and futures were run 70% off normal. So currently looking at 1, 10 48 on US tens, not much of a movie as we speak. The Bloomberg dollar and that's just to building a little bit off the overnight moves to the downside about 1/10 of 1% here Yep, Stocks are flying high. You are just seeing the roll through from alphabet. On Amazon in terms off the numbers. Bank of America say there's too much bless pressuring this SMP Bull market rally up a third of 1% this morning with 2% away from this cell signal. The closest has been since 2007 on the oil market rule was hired this morning as OPEC expects the surplus to drain By the middle off the year. Let's check in on how the markets are faring in Asia. Now with Julian Stallions he joins us from our Singapore studios, Jules Yes. So far pretty good session here in Asia markets rising for a third day with the regional benchmark in it, certainly following what we saw on Wall Street consumer stocks among the front runners there, and we're seeing the Cosby a big performer to a lot of the Sunday stocks in focus on this news from local media that Apple will invest $3.6 billion in Kia Motors. Hong Kong is an under performer. We've been seeing Alibaba shares fall after the third quarter numbers are invested. Still a little, I guess concerned as to have his regulatory crackdown is going Into effect future revenue. We've been watching a little bit of weakness coming through in the office early one as well. The PBOC draining some $12 billion of liquidity from the market. But the Aussie dollar is rising. Are we heard from Governor low kind of reiterating the QE program following that extension we heard yesterday after the meeting, but he did say, Look, he doesn't expect that the ABA they will need to do QE for years, also watching Indian stocks still of these records, moving higher for a third session. We just had Donna coming through out of India as well. In terms off the I H is Market January Services Pier Mike came in higher than the prior month at a reading of 52.8 Manus. Juice. Thank you very much. Just a quick line coming through from the mining company in Saudi Arabia, Martin I full year loss off 209 million rials in the estimate, either use of was for loss of 655, so this is quite a bit tighter. Of course, then what we'd expected? Yeah, and then on the revenue line 18.58 billion Sandy Rios. The market had anticipated 17.45 billion, and that is a clear beat us. Well, there they, of course, operate across sectors within the industry. Gold, zinc, phosphate aluminum plenty more. That's an important one Watch. Yeah, Commodities hasn't had a nice rally into the back quarter. At the end of last year on the recovery trade, Let's get to the first world headlines from around the world. Simone Fox Man has that from Dylan..

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:19 min | 5 months ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Billion and IBM, spinning off its managed infrastructure services unit into a public company could be focusing now. On. Presumably, it's cloud a business to get some sense of what this means for big blue. We welcome anorak Rana Sr technology analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence. He's been covering this stock forever. He knows a thing or two about ideas. So Thanks for joining us here. What is the managed Infrastructure Services unit for IBM that it is spinning off. So we'll think about that. This is the leg legacy idea. Outsourcing business that is on the decline. This is where companies give idea. You know they have entire infrastructure to run or infrastructure to run. Hand over the past 10 years. You know, this has been a declining business as companies shut down their data centers or move them to either echolocation facilities or the public cloud. What about the idea of sort of spitting it out and having a go public and I do think that they looked at other options and that this was the best option. I mean, I know there's no way for me to know if they looked at other options, but one of the options I think it would have been is you know, there's a company called Dxy Technology, You know it bought. It was a combination of CSC and IBM, HP services old outsourcing business. You know, down the road. We thought that would be an area where you know you could see this business go. But thank you. Dixie has a lot of problems of its own right now. I doubt they could have, you know you know about anything so spinning this off probably makes the most sense to this point. All right. So on rock now the what remains at IBM. It appears that the come he's really trying to focus on the cloud business. And I remember they bought red hat Ah while ago So is this the kind of the strategy here for IBM to really try to Double down and on the cloud business, which is one of the big growth areas in technology. Yes, In fact, you know, lucky timing on our part. We don't note last week, saying exactly the same thing that you know, IBM has not seen the benefit ofthe very high valuation. For example, you know, idea, but I've had about 34 billion back in 2018. That was around nine times, you know forward, But if you look at you know the forward sensor estimates for all the software stock that has gone up tremendously over the last 6 to 9 months. Idea hasn't seen any benefit about its market Captain's remained kind of flat from 2018 even till now, so spinning off the local businesses could unlock value for shareholders. And and really bring red hot to the forefront. Donna, right? This is Arvind Krishna's first big move, presumably as it's being deemed a success. You know, he looked to something else now. Will he make some other major decisions like this? It is the fourth major Of transformation for the company and its history. I think you know, instead of a good job life because he was hey was behind the raid had acquisition to begin with that wass a good deal and again. You know what happened since then was, you know the world has become a different place when it comes to growth rates off. Older legacy technology businesses, and we have not seen the benefit of that. You know that had continues to grow it about 20%. But you don't see that an idea ins valuation. So this is another good moving on you, But, you know, frankly, I think that has a little bit more to be done that a few other businesses that God Slow growth businesses. I'm not sure why didn't you point them along with this particular segment, But, you know, potentially, this could bring IBM back into growth and the next Two years, so you know under something changes dramatically. On a rock in the world of Cloud computing. We think Amazon. We think Microsoft Azure where it is IBM fit in there. And can they in fact? Be a big player in the space. So think about it two different ways. But when it comes to IBM when it comes to Amazon Web service things and Microsoft and Google Google about that from giving the basic services for somebody to host that obligation. What idea is helping clients is more on those legacy customers. It's already have it had had his customers and they want to move their applications to either their own private cloud or one of the public clouds like the ones you mentioned, so I didn't all about consulting and helping them move some of that in some of their assets into the clouds. I think IBM best bet is to work very closely with those hyper skin cell provider's rather than fighting against it, and that's what they're doing right now. IBM expecting $2.3 billion charge for the spin off that about right? Not going to see any any changes in credit rating or anything like that, Ari. I haven't had a river I got you're going to find accrediting and talked on it. But that seems to be actually a very reasonable charge. Given what the size of this move of its its a $20 billion business, approximately $20 billion business that they're spinning off. So that's that's very reasonable of you. Real quickly. 20 seconds. Stocks up 7%. What's the bullish call on IBM right here? Abolish. Karl is very simple Hat has the value of that hide in our view right now is north of 50 billion. They bought it at 34 billion. The value of IBM is Jimmy had a constant So if really IBM needs to, you know, clean up some of the bad businesses so that you know it can shine in a White House business can shine that would be reflecting on the overall growth of the business as well as the overall margins. Right? How much harder and much higher margin structure than some of the older businesses and I think that's what we need to see. All right, anorak. Thank you. Always wonderful to guess your input Following all of these companies so closely on a rag Rana is senior software and services analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, joining us on the phone there and what is pretty much a red letter day for IBM, the fourth major transformation And it's 109 year history. It's trying to spin off its managed infrastructure services unit into a public company. Let's get some Washington D. C news now with her down.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on Sustainability Explored

Sustainability Explored

07:51 min | 11 months ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on Sustainability Explored

"The we will be almost ten million in two thousand. T- accu explain end. The these data could give us a reasonable idea of depression on under unvarying months east. So we consider that we need to eat to drink. Water beetles red wine to leave on the. If we consider that the capacity of the hearse Take time to regenerate we must preserve land and biodiversity. It's not an option and to reduce the pressure on the environment. Then don't see t's not a an option intact and This is a really crucial to promote the concept of the entity Yuban planning and to sing very well and strongly the design of the city to the rational. A concept yes. I think that this is my own. Swirl density is not an option and the technology cool the notre result the facts that we need to keep land to feed ten billion people. And it's not because you need filed the city's at jewel in the city and You know or the Infrastructure Services on to C. T. and we need to keep the London presented. Biology vestige range will be very dependent on infrastructure to having yes some infrastructure the democratic changes the big deal even though now it really looks appealing to have a little plot at little house to be able to go outside even in your own tiny you tiny garden. It's hard to that. Also don't see a for a lot of opportunity for civility for the population to leave depending Your city I will do to preserve the natural in the city as the case in Singapore in Singapore skins out high density. But never never you feel to Haydn Institute really what I sees at Singapore. We'd surreal success. Story it's a because Yuban planning contribute to the development of syncopal industry of Sangha Pool should be inspire love of country and often often. I heard that yes. But Singapore. We'd smalley loan the Weezer. Six billion of Six million people at the end. It's not a question of size. It's a question of ratio of population. If you are a vision and a good ratio of operation to sink your yoga planning you can imagine like a consumers. Union city a lot of development for your country does each not appropriate. Really feel like I should visit because it's hard to mentioned everyone talks about Singapore eight three one I actually approached with this topic was living in Singapore. I already interviewed my classmate Singapore in class mate. Who gave me a lot of background on the governance on House in Newport works on the history and why and how they arrived to this point today in it feels like let's The lace and It's what when I talk about when I explained Singapore when I'm writing a book about syncopal end the best practice of Singapore to share with France in particular people. Think no it's not possible as such success is not possible but yes it's true it's true and it works and senior worlds very well and I'm not here from syncopal. I'm here to talk about sustainable end the spots. I can say also that. Singapore is not really a sustainable because because a lot of sink but if you compare with a the country with the the fact that Singapore has no resources the only resources that Singapore have is the population Anzac fifty years ago. The population was not educated. Like now and in fifty years syncopal her the worldwide place. It's incredible the school a out in the good around. The worldwide chess is incredible but Yuban planning was a base of Singapore. Tell me it was probably the less question I know. We're running to the end of the interview When will you be out? Maybe in two months in French one less question your own book recommendation for Sustainable Urban. Planning what would you suggest? I'm curious about economy. I read a book from the Ed Lesser. I don't know if she knew had lesser is unequaled AMIS sent he wrote a book titled The trillions of the City and district Our great invention makes us richer. Smarter Greener has shown up here and this book is bursting with the inside on policy presided to the vet and as you know. French love debates and I think it's a good amazing. Thanks so much for your Participation on this show thanks for your time and sharing your wisdom. It was very cool. I'm glad we had this wonderful discussion today. On a sustainable. Cd's thank you very much. Thank you I really hope you enjoyed this episode and learn something new today from our guest Estelle. Maybe you got inspired and motivated. Maybe you have questions. If so please do let me know me or tell you can find both of us on Lincoln variously. I would also like to use this opportunity to invite you to check out the other related episodes. The one I mentioned earlier. Orbin sustainability with golf tear young. My classmate from Singapore who takes a seat is in view on Orbin environmental and social development of his home country. I also now read in a book. Called the the new urban crisis how our cities are increasing inequality deepen aggregation and failing the middle class. And what we can do about it by Richard Florida that I'd like to also recommend on this topic while we are waiting for the book stealth to come out in two months as she said other than that. I would also really suggest episode called green inclusive and open economy. Wise Sustainability is not enough interview with Ralph term to get perspective and broader understanding of Modern Day economy and more recent episode. Also that I want to suggest to look to advice to listen to beds the episode from last week called circular economy challenges and systemic change. Wisc Leona how we deliver your from. It climate gig about.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Communities as infrastructure services. these problems are exacerbated by an influx of people from surrounding areas king for a bite of the gold bullion bounty many men set up makeshift camps along the rivers to sift for Louisville gold dust washed down from the mines. well why isn't daughters left ten crops home these economic pilgrims paas weeks an increasingly toxic water pending for a few specks of gold. the emerging information about environmental damage from the mines is disturbing during its first twenty years of teddy discharge seventy million tons annually of untreated mining waste into the up to the river damaging agriculture and fisheries for downstream villages and poisoning millennia old sources of drinking water. in the morning as the night's rain full steam back into the humid air John and I sat in the sunshine drinking over should get instant coffee. spread out around us on old sacking his latest harvest arabica coffee beans drying before sailed exposes. Jones grandson raced excitedly around the garden chasing a puppy before walking often seize small school. it seems that his life might follow the passing of his grandfather's study in the village that marrying great food for his family with a small cash crop of coffee okay go on the site. unless of course some precious mineral is discovered near his home if it is his future without let's look very different I hoped for both their sakes that the long for geologists would never come. Charlie Walker now back from back in New Guinea. next to a more intangible source of money spent on an industry based more on cultural heritage than commodities the economy of Serbia in southeastern Europe has suffered greatly from the ravages of history the collapse of the former Yugoslavia the civil war and NATO airstrikes lifted in bad shape at the end of the nineteen nineties the Serbian state has recently begun to develop and promote micro enterprises in rural areas bus in these areas there is still a double edged attitude toward central government less alone regional alliances with the European Union Serbia is still not a member states and now there is concern that some traditional skills like knitting would cussing and possibly on telling else just as they were beginning to be revived. Kelly has met some of the artisans trying to keep their crofts going this is All Pat rakia you may find it quite strong Milan the would cut to tells me his kind eyes crinkled at the corners. it's definitely warming I responds wiping away a tear fronts on file. my glass is promptly re filled to overflowing with the polluted homemade brandy you pick with us throughout Serbia. it's a warm autumnal day a Los nature an unassuming village not far from the border with Bosnia and I'm joining the lan and his wife for lunch steamy sausage soup and chunks of crusty bread to the bowl. as his two Chevy had sheep dogs Bella and belief finish off the remains we make our way now well fuels towards his workshop a weather beaten shed with planks of wood leaning up against the site. this is why his grandfather told him to call and to call of wooden furniture to be sold at local trade fez to neighbors and passes by. like many around these parts Milan and his family rely.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Is a simple developer friendly, cloud platform, digital ocean is optimized to make managing and scaling applications easy. With an intuitive API multiple storage options, integrated firewalls load balancers and more with predictable pricing and flexible configurations and world class customer support, you'll get access to all the infrastructure services you need to grow and digital ocean is simple. If you don't need the complexity of the complex cloud providers, tryout digital ocean with their simple interface, and their great customer support, plus they've got two thousand plus tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, and languages and frameworks. You can get started on digital ocean for free at DO dot CO slash SE daily. The one thing that makes digital ocean special is they're really interested in long-term developer productivity. And I remember one particular example of this, when I found a tutorial on digital ocean about how to get started on a different cloud provider. And I thought that really stood for a sense of confidence and an attention to just getting developers off the ground faster and they've continued to do that with digital ocean today, all their services are easy to use and have simple interfaces. Try it out at DO dot CO slash S. E daily. That's the letter D, the letter o dot the letter c the letter o slash SE daily, and you will get started for free with some free credits. Thanks to digital ocean for being a sponsor of software. Engineering daily. What I find interesting.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Infrastructure services platform service, we wanted to live Bank, our whole business doesn't exist, without the likes of AWS much of this. I would argue that the economics of changed more than the any business model anyone business model dying, so the ability to afford the infrastructure for five million customers that you need scale that when there's other players in a mall kit is increasing competition. There's other competitors that have a fall better, costing combined show on that cost income ratio scales, better cross the thing with, with platforms is cost income ratio is really, really good. I look at somebody like an oak knoll, who's got a very traditional lending model. But actually that costing come is, is marquee thing, why. Because they using modern tools platforms, but also they found a niche in the market. They went out and did specialist lending to section of the market. That, that kind of nobody else. Was so lending model is probably still that. But I wonder if going back to, to your point about the Google Amazon Facebook's, the platforms, there's also Netflixing Spotify. They're all good businesses to be made with other business models, as well. So does that link to the point you wanted to make to go somewhere else? That's true. You're right about that. I'm a look there's going to be placed in the market for the platform players and for the niche providers of banking services or what have you into those platforms. The question is, if you if a Bank, traditional Bank is good with the growth of whatever they have today, and they want to continue and be the best in the world in providing banking services, and become a utility provider, into another ecosystem. That's great if those other invasions, it's great. But in the platform world, there is one Weiner takes, you know that's That's why. why you have those giants that are just continuing to grow us, just imagine who's going to win if Amazon border Bank tomorrow morning, like they Horford. He's Debendra win or almost gonna win. Did you want to make? Requirements. I might have a slightly different perspective on it like the value of having a platform, ultimately value is created by creating value to customers. And so, what are the things that you're giving to customers that gives them value that they didn't have yesterday? And so. No one cares. There's a platform utility that I'm sort of customer. I don't care about that. I care about the Bank is more relevant to me. It's giving me more relevant services. It's pricing. My loans at a better way..

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on Exponent

"But in enterprise, there's that seamless switching back and forth is not simply just typing a your browser or typing a search term in the search bar. You have to actually get people to switch or particular today. Anyone that hasn't switched? They're going to be relatively reticent the probably going to be more traditional organizations you have to do a CTO's making buying decisions. You're going to compete on features like the sort of things at Amazon as a ton of features. And yes, some of them. Are walkie and hard to us. But they have the feature, and you don't, and that's a way to sort of by end, you have to sell you have to actually have people out there pushing it and sell it. You have to actually have case studies written you have to actually have examples of companies willing to speak on your behalf saying, oh, yeah. We use Google. It was better. Because of x y and z O Google machine. Learning is amazing. Look at this sort of work will that we could do on glue that we could not do on Amazon roof, you not do on Microsoft, and they don't have any of that stuff. Why they've never built up sort of that part of the value chain that entire motion to use a very enterprising turn that entire motion of going to market, and how you actually move people down a funnel to acquire our compute services. And so they just brought on a new CEO of Google cloud. And guess who it is? It's an oracle exact because what is oracle do. Oracle does nothing, but boo people down this funnel to buy the software that begrudgingly because Oracle's convinced them that it's in their best interest in all these cost benefit analysis. And all these case studies in all these sorts of things that is necessary to choir these things, and that's the route that Google has. Having to go. And so it turns out if you back up and look at sort of the big picture if you only looked at technology. Oh, Google's a natural fit for doing Google cloud. But if you look at the value chain in how the stuff is actually sold and how actually goes to market how you actually acquire customers selling enterprise infrastructure services could not be more different than what the core part of goals businesses. Yeah. It's so interesting because I agree with everything that you say the way that I come to the conclusion is almost the opposite side of the same coin, which is a thinking about it from a culture and capability perspective. And I would use the exact same rationale to argue at that Google grew up in the open web. And it was very engineering heavy and learnt that the best product was this thing that one and you could just put the best product out there, and people would come to you it never learnt the of having to push and sell and. As a result of that. When you take this approach, and you apply it into the enterprise market. It's completely different. And there are other aspects to it Amazon very early on lunch that in order to succeed. It wasn't Amazon products that people were buying. It was the ecosystem that Amazon was able to create on that platform, and this is one of the advantages. They've always had they had a capability of building an ecosystem whereas goodwill in this sense is much more. Like apple like, the value that people come to for Google, the value that we add is much more internal like we have to create it. And if it relies on third parties to create on top of this that's always an era in which they struggle, and as I read through your article and reflected on this. And I felt well these outcomes were quite predictable. I think what I realized was that two sides of the same coin. The opposite sides of the same coin that the culture and capabilities are. Function of that value chain in which you I grow up, and whether you view it from the perspective of looking at the value chain, and then you can tell when companies are going to be successful molecular be successful when the value chain. They're moving into or integrating into is more aligned with what they used to or whether the culture and capabilities that they have are going to play well into the market into which they're expanding. I feel like it's almost different ways of looking at the same thing..

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But in terms of infrastructure services and opportunity a world way. We arrived precisely as a rainstorm hit. And as we wound our way, picking up off on foot, the mud as water gushed around us the lack of amenities with star. This community is completely off grid. So we're going to head out in the rain to the school and the local dispensary. Okay. Let's get quickly people. Here have precious little and even things donated such as malaria curtains, are we purchased a fishing nets. Do you think this is my life? The water here is riddled with parasitic diseases such as Bill hearts. Yep. Which is easy to contract. An affects so many living around the shores at this huge expanse of Stillwater, the world's second largest freshwater lake is both the supplier of life for the people on the fishes depleted stocks by hand in read boats, and a course of death. And as in the hundreds of other populated islands peppered around the lake fishing can be deadly hundreds of fishermen dying every year in crocodile attacks and drownings pe-people led to swim here the streets in the village on running with water, and it strikes me that actually what this village needs some decent. Sewers some decent rights and a little bit of money spent on old-fashioned infrastructure. A ten minute. Wait. The village center is the clinic. Jima is lucky because it has this facility. Many do not. But the building is little more than a cement shed full of leaflets, but not that many medicines. And it takes weeks for such lifesaving supplies to get from the mainland. So we've come to the clinic on the island. Sprint? Brings a few medical place not rings. But see people one of the clinic workers explains what a drone could potentially mean. They can. Ezekiel and he's he's one of the works here in the clinic. Yeah. These drones. And. Amanda. What? Gets restocked every free once every three months, which is often enough. If they have a loss, we need something quite a long pause. It what goes through to. Checking medical office. Have to contact the district medical officer in ones have anything sent typically they ordered this month. The medicines arrived the following month. You emergency. Brand. So that's the thing. It was an emergency. The processes to take the sick person to two months. And typically speaking of take around three from the person arriving partly getting Watson. Examples of specific drugs that they could benefit from that would be delivered. By a now documents, Nick and. Snake antibacterial is one of the emergency. Anti-rabies? Downpour to cross mechanic to the lake..

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Call it is the opportunity of a lifetime particularly for entrepreneurs i mean if you're an entrepreneur that has some experience in some business and you notice the software is bad just creating better software that's really sticky is an amazing business to have it provides you essentially if done well with an annuity that can any some great cash for the rest of your life then obviously isn't investor that's very high quality revenue stream so to be clear held right now it is the opportunity of a lifetime that's not a mirage it's it's actually generating cash on repeating basis for people that they can compound very nicely year every year but empirically we're already seeing some of those right to pretend not to shrink in constellation whatever if you look at their results but the point is if i look to the future i see the basis of competitive advantage shifting and so the reason that sas companies have high quality revenue streams is because people have constructed them that way however the reason sas companies have some degree of competitive advantages because software was quite hard to build a has been quite hot to build to get old the bits together put them in the cloud and make them reliable and whatever else was hot but it's not hot anymore it's really not there's so many sort of lego blocks that you can play with now api's infrastructure services from amazon whatever else that you sort of just assembling those and that is not that doesn't require the degree of skill that an events computer scientists has for example so if the basis of competitive advantages shifting away from that because it's easy what is it shifting to what's hot and what's hot is taking technology from something that does does something for you like executes a workflow to something that makes a decision for you and that's really hot because you've got to figure out like what decision we try to make what's it with two people how often do we make that decision what are the costs of getting that decision wrong this right and what day to do i need to teach it appropriately he's gonna stay stable do i need to keep fitting into et cetera et cetera et cetera so that's the shift and.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Call it is the opportunity of a lifetime particularly for entrepreneurs i mean if you're an entrepreneur that has some experience in some business and you notice the software is bad just creating better software that's really sticky is an amazing business to have it provides you essentially if done well with an annuity that can any some great cash for the rest of your life then obviously isn't investor that's very high quality revenue stream so to be clear held right now it is the opportunity of a lifetime that's not a mirage it's it's actually generating cash on repeating basis for people that they can compound very nicely year every year but empirically we're already seeing some of those right to pretend not to shrink in constellation whatever if you look at their results but the point is if i look to the future i see the basis of competitive advantage shifting and so the reason that sas companies have high quality revenue streams is because people have constructed them that way however the reason sas companies have some degree of competitive advantages because software was quite hard to build a has been quite hot to build to get old the bits together put them in the cloud and make them reliable and whatever else was hot but it's not hot anymore it's really not there's so many sort of lego blocks that you can play with now api's infrastructure services from amazon whatever else that you sort of just assembling those and that is not that doesn't require the degree of skill that an events computer scientists has for example so if the basis of competitive advantages shifting away from that because it's easy what is it shifting to what's hot and what's hot is taking technology from something that does does something for you like executes a workflow to something that makes a decision for you and that's really hot because you've got to figure out like what decision we try to make what's it with two people how often do we make that decision what are the costs of getting that decision wrong this right and what day to do i need to teach it appropriately he's gonna stay stable do i need to keep fitting into et cetera et cetera et cetera so that's the shift and.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Rest of the day they will be there would keep killing them those attacks isn't attack of the the five physical balance of the opposition a four four sixty these all those attacks were focusing on urban neighbourhoods you said infrastructure services provided that this until this community hospitals bakeries water hera centers and things like this twenty six hospitals were attacked must hospital of old them all has laws minimum loved him i'll have facilities in general primary health care centres or others but said but seven of them are hospitals and they were attacked cd leave before the full the whole week and the seven of them are out of duty now this is only one example of what's happening that it's a civil war pushed used to fleets of under this is the mcgrath grow change in this area as can be stopped on saddam from hamid katibeh docked with the syrian american medical societies helping out with the aid effort in eastern cape from turkey we'll stay in syria with a different story the bbc has learned that syrian women are being sexually exploited by local men delivering eight inside the country on behalf of the united nations and international charities to aid agencies warned about the abuse in 2015 but a united nations report published last year shows that aid is still being exchanged for sex in southern syria humanitarian workers told the bbc that socalled local councils in areas such as that are and connector would offer women extra bags of grain and lifts home in return for sex or they would refuse to give any food at all let's get more detail now james landau's our diplomatic correspondent and joins us now can use in recent weeks we've heard a lot about sexual exploitation of.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on The Cloudcast (.net) - Weekly Cloud Computing Podcast

The Cloudcast (.net) - Weekly Cloud Computing Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on The Cloudcast (.net) - Weekly Cloud Computing Podcast

"Green of the last couple of years yes that we we worked hard to make sure that we get our has layer kinda poured over first and that's been very successful um we're in the process of moving all of this fast properties over onto us and as we do that will be able to offer more integration so you could imagine you set up fast connect once and suddenly you want your hr application now it's not on the internet you can only access it from europe your private network is a lot of options there um and that that's something that will be completed later this summer um but uh in general that that integration is not uh uh is nearly as big a deal as the infrastructure and platform labor integration and we'd so he focused on that first yeah no it makes makes a lot of sense listen jay i'm gonna i'm gonna kinda wrapping up with that were sort of hitting our our time limit uh real quick what's the best way you know if folks want to either you know reach out to you and your team and kind of talk about what's what what they can do around a cloud infrastructure services or you know some of the things that term knew that people should go take a look at what's what's kind of hotton in and you know topple mind for you these days well you know obviously we love we love people to reach out to us um so the easiest way to get in contact with us has go to cloud oracle dot com we have a free trial would love everybody to sign up and use it um and and play around with the product um and then in addition uh there's there's contact information on the website which makes it very easy for you to reach out to us you can get contact with our uh our product management team and our support team um and you know we we love beat back well people try out the platform giving us information if you have requests um we're we're very excited to make our customer successful yeah no i and we uh we appreciate your coming on you know like i said we've we've had a lot of people asking about it um you know it was good to.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on Triangulation

"And some of these enterpreneurs and and they are very successful to date in retrospect seals were people that were able to look at what they're doing in thinking in terms of how is this going to impact the entire world for the next decade and and where is the next wave of innovation gonna come from and what is going to depend on and uh you know kudos to business for having understood or beyond that building the infrastructure services inside amazon right and eating his own dog food by building these cloud service services support his supply chain logistics distribution credit card processing delivery you name it he ended up beauty very different and unique business is a each one of these infrastructure components in each one of those businesses became pierre else they became sources of revenue in today's sources of profit for the business and at scale you you can see what happen out so like history regular can see what aws became but not just aws people plus a laudable aws but it they don't look at amazon fulfillment right it's another huge business insider amazon the does using w s what it's a separate business eagle listing many many examples of that and so if you take the long view and you understand uh these transit and sort of where the internet is actually truly changing people's everyday lives and you bat on those on those factors usually you'll come out on top and so the analyst will tend to get it wrong by a long margin when they look at the the quarterly result get it right shortterm and get a right shortterm and get it wrong longterm so you have to decide as any faster many times at you have to decide you know is this the longterm viable business or or the analysts right at the the the quarterly results right now is all that matters another one that is facing the same conundrum is taslima riley yeah they're in the same spot right now we're some people say thousands bankrupt next year as we bankrupt next year they are going to run on money 2018 and in the meantime you've got to you on who's like he doesn't even know what a stock prices go.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

Packet Pushers - Datanauts

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

"The federal goal and target to build a new club provider infrastructure service purpose built for the enterprise so it calms baked in where it very flexible highskilled i bandwith nor broking network which connects all the cloud service to a very highperformance loko blow all can object storage to deliver the highest performance for the prize workloads it is very unique in the sense that like every other karpal's either it supports wolk roads in fields on the shins but it also have a bell metal service which means that a lot of that i also try station mostly for natural king and this is actually done in an off box which organisation they away and not specific to knock on the silver itself which instant taiyo go metal fervor for the use of the the at the end user which opens up a lot of interesting opportunities also around the ability to bring your own highprofile as though around the pretentious around the security and the highperformance computing of course being able to ron containers in containers directly on bereft reptile is opposed to running than one gm's it said russell the other interesting things that are possible to do that and as part of a alqabas of infrastructures also although of potholes a service a services such as a database cloud service the ascendant metal services s load balancing uh vpns as a served me so fast konak back to dan to praise data center cetera so.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The winning team comes up with a solution and another fifteen million dollars for the operational support and infrastructure services needed to support those teams that are trying to help deal with this issue and in fact helping to express why were so focused on this let me bring on the air my wife jean hygiene how are you hi how are you doing great everybody so we're talking about the x prize and the effort to deal with alzheimer's and so what jean and i wanted to share with you is that we have made an offer to the x prize foundation that we will provide them personally with the funding for twenty five million dollars to help eradicate alzheimer's gene you know coming from our humble beginning and and taking care of our clients here it is quite an amazing that we can we can be there and um but you know we had gene e shown any family and not just that have the caretakers and so you know you and i we always in area china look at the bigger picture and so step to end the bigger picture to really helped generation but future generation not even a part of their air bean can make an happy and healthy retirement.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Are higher level maybe a bit friendlier it's easier to piece together the building blocks of an application today from say aws and twitter's ceo than it was back in the nineties win i i don't know what you what you were using the nights beggars like job because the java j two he e or something yeah and i mean certainly higher levels of abstraction and all these all these infrastructure services have have been hugely up hole and and i think that cut democratize is who can do the consulting and it it it raises the average faleigh level for sure i think there's always there's always a frontier that's harker companies to access this new so these days it could be you know your your augmented reality up a machine learning apps some sort of data science project against probably still hard to outsource that by mid short technologies are certainly getting a lot easier handle the you hinted at it there but a how do the contracting needs of a large company look likely could your ibm or ebay what kinds of the mirror software company so what are the things that you want to outsource while it cintas and you mentioned both of those who are actually both our clients we got about forty in a price that we work with an honestly add is in question myself when i founded gangster we thought we'd be helping nontechnical firms outsource of if you look at the fortune 500 right come any of these 500 companies are actually technology companies may be less than ten percent less than fifty i would say can be thirty thirty so you have a lot of firms that you know are fundamentally technical which represents a large market if you're brain technology in but what what we've seen is that like like other examples you'd eight even ibm's e base of the world had any ah and i think it boils down to let's say three areas one is quite simply the roadmap the roadmap grows faster than their technology department can sing it.

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"infrastructure services" Discussed on The Information's 411

The Information's 411

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"infrastructure services" Discussed on The Information's 411

"And this is something that you said google invented but now aws has their play yes cooper nowadays is getting a lot of traction across the industry red hat as another huge supporter of coburn eddie's ease microsoft also supports it and so we reported that amazon is considering a no sort of building a new service or perhaps upgrading their existing service and the reason reason this is notable is um this is a technology amazon dominates the cloud by a wide margin right but he knows that great business for them throw off a ton of cash the way to think about this is that amazon sort of made its riches on infrastructure services like virtual servers and storage and it's definitely branched out into other areas as well but this is one area couvert nettie is where amazon didn't create it and it's getting all this bars and getting all this mind share and it has to be a concern for them that they don't own it or or or heaven ability to control it so the the what we reported is that they're interested in sort of coming up with something better than they have today yeah right and that's important because they could risk losing out to you know to google at least or to microsoft azer mean this is a competitive issue for them right it at a certain level it is uh communities runs anywhere it's not again it's not like a google technology but it does run best on the google cloud because that it was created at google and there are a number of.

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