Public cloud providers
- July 10, 2009
This week: Google's new operating system is shiny as Chrome, Jonathan Sapir discusses the power of the cloud.
- July 09, 2009
Microsoft Azure's data schemes have been altered on its way to a wide beta, which means better support for established SQL schemes that were locked out by a full-court press on REST and other simple data schemes.
- July 01, 2009
Oracle's colorful CEO Larry Ellison took shots at upstart Salesforce.com, but the company remains undeterred by competition. Salesforce has enabled business-line managers to quickly program for the cloud.
- June 29, 2009
Google App Engine product manager Mike Repass discusses competition with Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS, along with Google's vision for its cloud development platform.
- June 26, 2009
This week: HP offers cloud advice, NetSuite hires former Motorola CEO and Oracle head changes his tune on the cloud.
- June 23, 2009
HP 'workshops' will guide companies in how to use the cloud -- and encourage more HP service adoption, of course.
- June 22, 2009
Once known for gobbling up any and all tech players, CA has laid low for a few years. Now it has acquired Cassatt and aims for the cloud market.
- June 12, 2009
This week's headlines: Hosting providers hop on the cloud, eHarmony runs Amazon Web Services and VMware invests in Terremark.
- June 08, 2009
Small and medium-sized data centers look for low-cost, purpose-built packages to capitalize on public-cloud markets.
- June 03, 2009
The telecom giant makes a long-awaited move into cloud game with a soothing mix of closed infrastructure and open software.
- May 20, 2009
Rackspace doesn't have the cloud offerings or the budget, but claim transparency and service will aid them in Amazon fight.
- April 29, 2009
The cloud computing market is crowded with noise and wanna-be players, but some companies are worthy of your attention.
- March 12, 2009
Headlines: Sun pushes cloud to leery data center managers; expert says data center construction continues despite recession.
- October 31, 2008
At PDC, Microsoft's Bob Muglia positioned 'the Cloud' as the next big thing after SOA. The Cloud is better because it scales better, in Muglia's view. Analysts say the comparisons are poor and the criticisms are faulty.
- June 12, 2008
Google, Amazon and Salesforce.com touted cloud computing and challenged CIOs' concerns about security, cloud lock-in and a lack of standards at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference.