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  • April 17, 2013 17 Apr'13

    Waiting for the OpenStack “explosion”

    The differences between the last OpenStack Summit in San Diego and the one held this week in Portland are sizable. San Diego saw about 1300 attendees – here, the number has been closer to 3000, an ...

  • April 03, 2013 03 Apr'13

    BMW accelerates private to hybrid cloud

    Even established companies like BMW have cloud questions. But, with the help of the OCDA, BMW revs up on the path to hybrid cloud.

  • March 28, 2013 28 Mar'13

    Rackspace woos developers with Exceptional acquisition

    Rackspace hopes its second acquisition in as many months will increase its appeal to application developers. The new buy, announced Thursday, will see the employees and assets of Exceptional Cloud ...

  • March 06, 2013 06 Mar'13

    Amazon throws its hat into cost-cutting ring

    Earlier this week, I reported on some tools that help shave considerable sums of money off of companies’ Amazon Web Services bills. No sooner had that report been filed than I came across an Amazon ...

  • March 06, 2013 06 Mar'13

    IBM preps bridge from OpenStack to AWS

    IBM introduced its SmartCloud Orchestrator tool on Monday amid a lot of verbiage about supporting open standards that we’ve all heard before. But if you scratch the surface of the product it put ...

  • February 27, 2013 27 Feb'13

    Rackspace puts Object Rocket in its pocket

    Rackspace's play on Object Rocket puts it in the same Database as a Service space as Amazon and SoftLayer. Is this the boost it needs to compete?

  • February 25, 2013 25 Feb'13

    Bare-metal approach may ease cautious enterprises into cloud

    Enterprises hesitant to move workloads to public clouds because of security and cost may find some relief in SoftLayer's bare-metal approach to cloud.

  • December 12, 2012 12 Dec'12

    HP Cloud Compute undercuts Amazon, too

    It turns out that a headline I wrote for SearchCloudComputing.com last week about the new HP Cloud Compute service was only half right. The headline calls out that HP has undercut Rackspace with ...

  • December 04, 2012 04 Dec'12

    Cloud services: If not now, when?

    The majority of IT shops have had a raft of excuses for why they haven't taken the plunge into the cloud services waters yet. But increasingly those reasons are losing validity.

  • November 06, 2012 06 Nov'12

    Cloud-based collaboration replaces Office Space mentality of enterprise

    Cloud collaboration software is a natural fit for the increasingly mobile workforce and global reach of a modern business.

  • October 17, 2012 17 Oct'12

    VMware CTO pledges new OpenStack management for vSphere

    VMware CTO Steve Herrod spoke to attendees at OpenStack Summit Wednesday. VMware will work on a buffed-up compute driver for OpenStack’s Nova project which will allow OpenStack to manage advanced ...

  • August 28, 2012 28 Aug'12

    Seven minutes of terror in cloud performance testing

    NASA turned to SOASTA and its cloud testing software to ensure a successful stream of its Mars landing earlier this month.

  • June 05, 2012 05 Jun'12

    Behind the curtain of Microsoft's Azure song and dance

    Microsoft will unveil new Windows Azure capabilities this week as it attempts to sway Amazon Web Services customers.

  • May 09, 2012 09 May'12

    Is Microsoft jettisoning Azure name?

    An email to customers about dropping some Azure naming causes speculation that Microsoft may be dumping the hard-won brand.

  • March 08, 2012 08 Mar'12

    Yup, your cloud hunch was right

    Everything you’ve read about who is using cloud computing and why is pretty much true, so says a recent study from the Cloud Industry Forum.

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