First on the list is Red Hat Cloud Foundations, an "offering family" with a focus on planning, building and managing private and public clouds. Its basically KVM and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager (RHEV-M) with a bunch of prebaked solutions added on.
Generously, Red Hat will consult with your enterprise on "turnkey assessment, implementation and operational management of a private cloud" at a standard rate if going it alone seems daunting. It also will offer an implementation guide and reference architecture with a step-by-step guide to private cloud creation and configuration.
The company is also expanding its Certified Cloud Provider Program and presenting a Platform as a Service (PaaS) roadmap for interested enterprises.
CentriLogic has its hand in the Cookie Jar
Cookie Jar Entertainment, a leading creator of "animated and live-action programming," is the first customer to go live on CentriLogic's U.S. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering.
CentriLogic is a Canadian company, and it has only recently made the plunge into cloud services based in America.
The Opteron 4000 Series is the latest in a series of cloud CPUs, as the ones everyone already uses are clearly not capable of providing cloud computing services… which all began with the notion of using existing commodity hardware instead of fancy-pants specialized hardware.