Cloud Computing


Cloud Q&A: Acronis Speeds Up Backups in the Cloud

Doug Barney talks with the BDR provider on the time-saving benefits that customers realize when using its cloud-based tool. Second in a series.

Box Extends Enterprise Push with Added Security and Content Pacts

Box is looking to break out of the box, so to speak, as it continues its push to offer an alternative to traditional document sharing and collaboration.

IBM and AT&T Team to Offer Enterprise Cloud Service

Both companies hope new solution will allay enterprises' cloud adoption fears in regards to security, control issues..

Oracle's Focus is on Cloud at OpenWorld

Cloud computing is the focus of everything Oracle is talking about now, with evidence aplenty right from the start of this week's OpenWorld confab.

Cloud Q&A: Symantec Takes Archiving to the Cloud

Doug Barney talks to Symantec's senior manager of product marketing Amy Dugdale on making the move to the cloud with one of its key products.

Security, Compliance To Be Tested in Nasdaq's Public Cloud

Compliance and security measures will be battle-tested as Nasdaq puts its financial services public cloud online.

OpenStack Declares Independence

Rackspace handed off OpenStack to an independent foundation with its own governance body.

Salesforce Beats Social Drum at Dreamforce

The confab draws record numbers this year as Salesforce CEO Benioff plays up social angle for upcoming product lines.

My Own Private Cloud, Part 2: Software Options

Last time, we looked at the hardware I chose to build my cloud; this time, we'll look at the software that runs it.

VMware vCloud Suite 5.1 Now Available

VMware serves up components for making its solutions cloud-ready.

My Own Private Cloud, Part 1

In this two part article we'll look at the hardware I chose for my private cloud that I built during some down time, as well as the software that makes the solution tick.

Dell Serves Up Virtualization-Ready Windows Server 2012 Line

Dell on Tuesday unfurled its Windows Server 2012 product line and described its virtualization support efforts.

It's Official: VMware Ditches vRAM Licensing

VMware reverts back to CPU-based licensing; VMworld attendees approve.

VMWorld, Day 1: VMware CEOs Switch Seats, vSphere 5.1 Debuts

Actual switch takes place Sept. 1; also, controversial vRAM licensing abolished, to loud applause from keynote attendees.

Deploying the vSphere Distributed Switch

The vSphere Distributed Switch extends the features and capabilities of virtual networks while simplifying provisioning and the ongoing process of configuration, monitoring, and management.

AppFog Supports Rackspace Cloud

AppFog recently announced it has joined with cloud hoster Rackspace to make it possible for its users to deploy apps on the OpenStack-based Rackspace cloud.

Approach Virtualization Management Platform Selection With Careful Eye

With virtualization, vendors no longer push sales. Instead, they solve customer problems through services.

Simon Crosby and the Security Virtues of Micro-Virtualization

The Bromium cofounder and CTO sketches his startup's system architecture.

New Visions for VMware

Customers anticipate advanced application models and software-defined datacenters from the cloud giant.

Get Started with VMware vCloud Director

The tech world is hot for cloud computing, and VMware says it's leading the charge.

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