Guest Post Virtualization, perhaps more than any other technology, is powering tremendous growth in cloud-based services.
These are the end days for IBM’s legacy cloud platform.
Disney Interactive took a bit from OpenStack and a bit from Cloudstack to build a cloud optimized for its needs, an executive said at CloudBeat today.
Editor’s Pick Randy Bias defended his position that OpenStack should support APIs to control Amazon Web Services at today’s CloudBeat conference. The lively exchange shows the issues should be around for a while.
Disney’s hybrid cloud solution includes a fully-functional CloudStack private cloud, tightly integrated with a highly capable object storage from Swift, as offered by a company called SwiftStack.
MorphLabs is looking to Asia for rapid expansion through OpenStack training courses. It’s taking funding to fuel that drive.
OpenStack system integrator Mirantis has raised an additional $10 million in strategic investment to accelerate development for its Fuel product.
Elastic cloud infrastructure startup Cloudscaling has raised $10 million in its second round of funding so it can keep growing at a quick clip and innovating its cloud technology.
Canonical and VMware announced today a partnership that will enable customers to run efficient OpenStack clouds using the two sets of technologies.
IBM just announced that its cloud products and services will be based on open cloud architecture.
Today, Openstack private cloud player, Piston Cloud closed an $8 million funding round. Investors see potential in the space, despite that it has become increasingly flooded with competitors, such as Hewlett-Packard and Rackspace.
Guest Post I believe that this is the year when the enterprise will find its way to the cloud.
Chris Kemp has an impressive resume: a co-founder of OpenStack, former NASA CTO, and CEO of next-gen private cloud startup Nebula. Today he predicted next year would be the year of OpenStack.
Guest Post OpenStack has grown to dominate open-source cloud infrastructure projects in just two short years. Here’s why.
Guest Post France’s second largest carrier, SFR, came to VentureBeat’s CloudBeat last year, and went away with a clear strategy on how to launch an Amazon.com competitor in France. SFR’s Benjamin Revcolevschi explains here how his team arrived back in France, and executed the strategy through an extraordinary change in corporate culture, i.e., by building a “Chocolate Factory” within a $12 billion revenue behemoth….
Industry analysts like to refer to 2011 as “the year the cloud arrived.” But now that it’s here, what are we going to do with it?