The Daily Cloud is SearchCloudComputing.com's oft-irreverent look at the world of cloud computing. July's editions include Fujitsu's large investment in the cloud, Eucalyptus scoring new funding and VMware releasing vSphere 4.1.
VMware continues private cloud push with vSphere 4.1
July 13, 2010
VMware has announced vSphere 4.1, another step in the company's efforts to turn virtualized servers into cloud computing environments.
Microsoft's beta announcements signal cloud computing blitz
July 12, 2010
The keynote speeches from Microsoft's head honchos at the Worldwide Partner Conference emphasized Redmond's cloud computing push.
Fujitsu to invest $1.1 billion in cloud, nurture 5,000 cloud experts
July 9, 2010
The Japanese IT giant will spend 25% of its 2010 capital investment on cloud computing, including plans to cultivate 5,000 cloud experts by 2011.
IBM announces EU cloud computing research consortium
July 8, 2010
IBM will partner with numerous European governments, industries and institutions in an attempt to promote overseas cloud computing adoption.
CloudAudit goes to 1.0 with new API standards
July 7, 2010
CloudAudit has authored a set of new capabilities for cloud computing providers around their application programming interfaces.
Indian ISP launches consumer cloud
July 6, 2010
Sify Technologies will offer its Sify mylife consumer cloud service platform, with 'enhanced cyber security,' in cybercafes and Indian homes and businesses.
GoGrid opens new data center on the East Coast
July 2, 2010
The cloud computing provider has announced the opening of a new data center at an Equinix facility in Ashburn, Va.
Eucalyptus secures second round of venture funding
July 1, 2010
The open source cloud software startup, in its first money grab under CEO Marten Mickos, has landed $20 million more in venture capital.
This was first published in July 2010