Despite concerns about data security and loss of control, cloud-based service providers are highly-confident about the growth of the industry in the next few years.
Software giant Hewlett-Packard has announced the general availability of its Open Stack-powered public cloud service.
SFR’s Numergy division has raised $300 million, and it is targeting $400 million in revenues in four years.
Apprenda, a startup that claims to transform legacy infrastructure into modern cloud-based architectures, has announced its new 4.0 release.
Windows Azure Active Directory has processed more than 200 billion authentications for Microsoft services in two years, and it now processes an average of 4.7 billion logins a week.
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Google Compute Engine has added 36 server instances to its cloud catalog, and cut prices by 5 percent in a bid to compete with Amazon Web Services, the largest provider of cloud services in the world.
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Salesforce.com’s aggressive acquisition strategy, and emphasis on all things cloud and mobile appears to be paying off.
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A group of 14 European partners have banded together with €8.4 million to launch a major research initiative called PaaSage.
With scattered reports of customer defections in the wake of major outages, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced today that it has expanded to the Asia Pacific region, and has opened a new data center in Australia.
The good news keeps on coming for cloud infrastructure company Joyent — today, its announced a new CEO, global expansion plans, and a new product.
The Pleasanton, Calif.-based company announced plans for a recruiting mobile app for hiring teams, as well as a big data analytics toolset.
When companies really know how to take advantage of cloud computing to increase profit and margin, they have the opportunity to achieve real cloud “nirvana.”
Investor and author Guy Kawasaki joined Rackspace’s renowned technology evangelist Robert Scoble for a frank discussion about the biggest technology trends.
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Box’s Aaron Levie, a bundle of nervous energy, kicked off the company’s annual conference this morning with a spate of product announcements.
Dreamforce is typically a spectacle and a whole lotta fun, but this year it was bigger than ever before.
As it readies for international expansion, Box, the Silicon Valley-based cloud storage startup, has released a product update it says will make it 10 times faster than the competition.
When you buy a car with a warranty, you still have to get it serviced. Your cloud infrastructure is no different. Cloud monitoring is a complex, highly competitive space. The experts break it down so you can avoid a full server meltdown.
Allan Leinwand, the CTO of infrastructure and lead force behind Zynga’s hybrid cloud efforts, has left the struggling games company to become the CTO of ServiceNow.
SimpliVity, a “hyper convergence” startup, comes out of stealth mode and announces $18 million in funding.
Behind every cloud, there’s.. a cloud. Cloud services may not actually be saving you money.
Boundary, a San Francisco-based startup developing a networking monitoring solution, has introduced some new capabilities for dev-ops to track traffic in real-time on cloud-based applications.
Outside Lands may be the only major outdoors music festival in the world where you’ll receive push notifications about your favorite acts from your iPhone, mingle with executives from trendy tech startups, and be offered gigabytes of storage instead of free beer.
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