Cloud Computing


AWS Commences EC2 Reboot To Fix Xen Bug

Starting on Thursday evening, Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS) will be rebooting select Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances across all regions and availability zones.

Verizon Adds AWS to Roster of Secure Cloud Connections

Telecom giant Verizon on Tuesday announced it is extending its Secure Cloud Interconnect (SCI) service to include Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS).

Cloudnexa Launches Bundled Cloud Management Solution on AWS

Cloudnexa has partnered with Trend Micro Inc., Sumo Logic and AppDynamics to launch a consolidated cloud management suite for Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS).

Private Cloud as a Service With Mirantis and OpenStack

James Brown tries out OpenStack Express, and is impressed.

AT&T Taps SDN for New 'Network on Demand' Service

It's designed to let companies immediately provision their own networking resources through a self-service portal using software-defined networking techniques.

Docker Gets Another Huge Cash Infusion

The containerization technology picked up $40 million, nearly doubling its previous funding total.

Riverbed Boosts Its Storage Solution for AWS

Riverbed Technology, which specializes in solutions that improve application and network performance, made several announcements recently aimed at storage, backup and recovery services for Amazon Web Services (AWS).

HP Buys Cloud Vendor Eucalyptus

The deal may signal a big shift in HP's cloud strategy

VMware Program Managers Look Down the Road

Top VMware executives driving strategies for end-user computing, network virtualization and hybrid cloud talk about the year ahead.

Microsoft Aims To Keep Pace with AWS in Cloud Price War

Top Microsoft cloud executive Scott Guthrie on Wednesday reiterated his company's commitment to match the Amazon Web Services (AWS) price cut for price cut.

AWS Launches Enterprise File-Sharing Service Zocalo

The Amazon Zocalo service became generally available on Wednesday, less than two months after being released in limited preview.

VMworld 2014 Day 2 Keynote: Software-Defined Datacenter Realized

Today's presentation was devoted to spotlighting new and upcoming VMware tools.

AWS To Open Brick-and-Mortar 'Loft' for Developers

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Inc. will open a brick-and-mortar store in San Francisco this fall as part of an effort to educate developers on its cloud services, the company announced last week.

VMworld 2014 Day 1 Wrapup

The good and bad from virtualization's biggest party.

VMworld: VMware Talks Up Hybrid Cloud and Software-Defined Datacenters

VMware's Robin Matlock, Pat Gelsinger, Bill Fathers and Carl Eschenbach took the stage to urge IT to be "brave" when it comes to hybrid cloud adoption.

AWS Scores High-Level Federal Cloud Security Approval

The U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has approved Amazon Web Services (AWS) to handle more sensitive data for the Department of Defense (DoD).

Explosive Growth Forecast for Software-Defined Networking

Definitions of software-defined networking (SDN) are all over the place, and so are market predictions, but it's clear the new technology is primed for explosive growth.

vCloud Hybrid Service Renamed vCloud Air

VMware also rebrands its service provider programming, calling it the "VMware vCloud Air Network."

VMware Buys CloudVolumes

The application-delivery technology is expected to be integrated with Horizon 6.

Start-Up Has New Approach for SDN Security

GuardiCore Ltd. doesn't think you can keep the bad guys out of your datacenter, so it's going to fight them after they get in, using software-defined networking (SDN) techniques to protect SDNs.

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