Adaptive Computing focuses on private cloud

The IT automation vendor upgrades its Moab management software to assist firms looking to implement private clouds.

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Adaptive Computing adapts to the private cloud
As a follow-up to its cloud-based Adaptive Operating Environment, the newest version of Adaptive Computing's Moab software aims to make private clouds a reality for financial service firms and other large, transaction-intensive enterprises.

Moab manages virtual resources for cluster, grid and utility computing, but the IT automation vendor has expanded its offerings to cloud computing to increase private cloud efficiency and make cloud computing more welcoming to curious enterprises.

Cloud community announcements abound at Cloud Expo 2010
This week's Cloud Expo in New York City promises myriad announcements. Interestingly, many seem to focus on educating users on cloud computing.

One is CloudSleuth, Compuware's new collaborative cloud computing Web portal, which is designed to spark discussion and offer information on cloud availability and performance from existing cloud computing users.

And open source cloud software developer Abiquo will present the Thunderflash Exchange, its cloud software directory that provides virtual machine images from vendors and the open source community. These images can be deployed in one simple operation, which could save IT professionals serious time previously spent in building and configuring application servers from the ground up. The directory already includes some 1,000 images.

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