Amazon’s public cloud is still the one to beat, but because it can come with technical issues and high costs are possible, it’s not always ideal for startups. Another one called TestingBot just defected.
Aria Systems has some new capital to process.
Big data isn’t an afterthought anymore as Pivotal introduces a commercially supported Cloud Foundry distribution with multiple data services to run on top of it.
Networking startup Pertino thinks there’s a hunger in the market for cloud-based networking services — but not just its own.
Intel’s Jason Waxman puts micro servers in perspective as change comes to the data center.
Guest Post There’s a reason more than 50 percent of cloud buyers have already invested in, or are planning to invest in, hybrid cloud deployments. It’s because hybrid cloud allows companies to combine best-of-breed offerings from both the public and premise infrastructure worlds, enabling them to create an ultimate, custom-tailored solution.
Andrew Feldman says a whole ecosystem has grown up around micro servers.
Early customers of VMware’s vCloud Hybrid Service had good things to say about the public cloud at the CloudBeat conference on Monday.
VMware and Cisco Systems are partners, not competitors. At least that’s the line both companies kept pushing at last week’s VMworld conference.
Big changes are afoot at VMware as it refocusses its efforts on what it knows best: infrastructure.
On Monday, the company was serving 110 gigabytes of data per second, almost without a hiccup, not counting the livestreams — 170 thousand simultaneous streams of live video, pushed out over the Internet.