Cloud Computing


VMware CTO Steve Herrod Steps Down

VMware CTO Steve Herrod blogged earlier today that he is resigning his post at the company.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Updated, Supports Hyper-V

Red Hat's latest 5 point release finally makes the Hyper-V connection and improves security and supports a wider variety of hardware.

Cloud Q&A: AvePoint Takes The Cloud Leap

AvePoint had a unique challenge: Redesigning DocAve to work with the cloud-based version of Microsoft Office. Another in an ongoing series of interview from Doug Barney.

Cloud Q&A: Centrify Centralizes Mobile Control

Centrify's DirectControl for Mobile manages it all, from Windows to Apple to Android devices, via Active Directory. What's different here? The cloud was the first option.

Cloud Q&A: Viewfinity Centers in on the Cloud

Viewfinity focused on making its privilege management technology a native cloud service. Last in a series of cloud Q&A interviews.

Microsoft Updates Windows Azure; System Center 2012 SP1 Released

Microsoft announced three new releases on Tuesday that advance its cloud vision by promising to bring new capabilities for IT pros and hosting services providers.

Application Modernization and the Cloud Connection

What appeals most to businesses about application modernization and cloud computing delivery models is the ability to help enterprises become more efficient by reducing costs and increasing the flexibility and productivity of their IT environment.

The New IT Operations Model for the Cloud Era

Organizing IT operations into four groups can bring an IT organization into alignment with how businesses acquire IT services in a cloud computing world.

Insight: Identity Management Will Take Off in 2013

Many major players are taking secure single sign-on seriously, as tablet and smart phone usage as well as deployment of cloud services grows exponentially among enterprises.

Top 3 Trends Include a Hybrid Approach to Unified Communications

Enterprises find the holy grail of UC by accelerating hybrid approach.

DataCore, Citrix Pursue Cloud-Bound College Grads

Students choose between mentoring and making money.

BeyondTrust Buys Blackbird

Looking to bolster its portfolio of software aimed at reducing unauthorized access to enterprise resources, BeyondTrust last week said it has acquired BlackBird Group.

Red Hat Expands Virtualization Platform, Integrates Storage

Version 3.1 updates the Kernel-based Virtual Machine hypervisor so that it scales down to x86 processors; also new is integration of Red Hat Storage.

3 Predictions for the Data Protection Industry in 2013

Agile data protection, backup and recovery appliances, and vendors as business partners will take on greater importance this year.

Cloud Veteran Takes Over at CA

Gregoire's installation as CEO suggests that CA will be accelerating its cloud initiatives.

CloudBees Adds to Partner Program

New program supports system integrators, Web designers and software development consultants using the company's platform.

Chasing the Network Visibility Problem

IT admins can lose control of processes if the virtualized parts of their networks aren't monitored correctly. Here are the issues and some solutions.

Designing for Cloud Failure - A Q&A with Riverbed's Apurva Dave

Q&A: Just because your data is in the cloud doesn't mean it's always available. Riverbed's Apurva Dave has advice on guarding against cloud outages.

Using the vSphere 5.1 Web Client

The vSphere Web Client has gone through some changes that may seem confusing, so here's a quick rundown of where to find the good stuff.

Red Hat Pushes OpenShift PaaS into Enterprise

Enterprise version's release fulfills promise Red Hat made to make OpenShift upwardly scalable.

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