XaaS Anything as a Service
- February 20, 2018
The latest Google Cloud acquisition points to a doubling down on IoT, as the company tries to keep pace with AWS and Microsoft Azure in this emerging market.
- August 05, 2014
HP has invested heavily in a variety of platforms -- like the newly released HP Helion VPC -- to become a force in cloud computing. Ultimately, it may need a game-changing technology to win love in this hardscrabble market.
- July 08, 2014
Dell's upcoming cloud broker service is its latest in a string of cloud strategies. Will this one be the winner?
- November 08, 2013
Cloud security commonly holds IT pros back from IaaS, but Security as a Service appeals to some, even for on-premises infrastructures.
- November 08, 2013
Would you use one cloud to secure another? Some IT shops use Security as a Service to protect Infrastructure as a Service, with these results.
- February 27, 2013
New tools and increasing cloud adoption have breathed life into the market for Monitoring as a Service.
- September 20, 2012
Early adopters of big data analytics Software as a Service like how it aggregates data to help them troubleshoot complex systems management problems.
- April 17, 2012
Amazon CloudSearch and Microsoft Bing vie to nail down search as an important category of service for cloud application developers.
- August 29, 2011
VMware has plenty of competition in the Database as a Service market, analysts say, but a heterogeneous approach might differentiate its new offering.
- August 04, 2010
The new Proteus service from BlueCat Networks and Afilias claims to remove DNS management and security tasks entirely…for a fee.
- April 15, 2010
Telecom giant Verizon is adding advanced virtual networking and adjusting fee structures to its high-gloss, enterprise-grade cloud computing offering.
- December 18, 2009
This week in cloud computing: FathomDB, founder of the DaaS industry, expands the offering of its services from Amazon Web Services to The Rackspace Cloud.
- November 17, 2009
Microsoft's Ray Ozzie touts the new "Data as a Service" offering, codenamed Dallas, that will make public (and eventually other) data available to developers to embed in their apps.