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  • Amazon would like to remind you where the hype started

    Carl Brooks - TechTarget 14 Oct 2009
  • Amazon would like to remind you to thank them for the heightened expectations. So a Web app running on a telecom service goes belly up and cloud is moribund yet again. That seems to be the latest ...

  • Private cloud isn’t a new market

    Carl Brooks - TechTarget 05 Oct 2009
  • Private cloud is a touchy subject these days. Proponents say it's inevitable, detractors say it's all marketing. Enterprises, who are supposed to be clamoring for it, are cautious: hearing endless ...

  • Why is Larry Ellison afraid of the cloud?

    Judith Hurwitz - Hurwitz & Associates 30 Sep 2009
  • I just finished watching Larry Ellison’s conversation with Ed Zander at the Churchill Club, a Silicon Valley business and technology forum. While these type of dialogues are not rare in the ...

  • Net Neutrality-the lifeblood of the cloud

    Carl Brooks - TechTarget 23 Sep 2009
  • Cloud providers in the US should thank their lucky stars there's a new guy at the FCC who is moving ahead with policies that will guarantee net neutrality. What is net neutrality? Let me explain. ...

  • Measuring the Growth of Cloud Computing

    Carl Brooks - TechTarget 09 Sep 2009
  • As cloud computing has grown in recognition, and the marketplace has started to attract serious cash, some people are beginning to put some serious effort in to tracking and measuring actual cloud ...

  • VMware vCloud Express: Right move, wrong focus

    Jo Maitland - TechTarget 04 Sep 2009
  • VMware is right to introduce a cloud computing service that competes with Amazon EC2. But wrong to focus on the aspect of buying these services with a credit card. We know of at least one company ...

  • How to Build a Private Cloud

    John Willis 04 Sep 2009
  • Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) is a private cloud that embeds Eucalyptus cloud on Ubuntu server. The current release of UEC runs on Ubuntu 9.04 Server running Eucalyptus 1.5. There is a latter ...