Cloud Computing


Joyent Explains How 'Fat-Finger' Typo Crashed Its Cloud

Company explains operator typo caused reboot crash, outlines prevention steps.

SkyKick Helps Large Enterprises Make the Cloud Leap to Office 365

Organizations from 250 to 10,000 users get an easier and less risky way to move to the cloud.

Cisco Pushes Its Software-Defined Networking Vision

Company says it's delivering the SDN goods while slamming rivals at conference.

Rethinking IT, From an Azure Perspective

The IT skills you have are not the skills you will need -- working with Microsoft Azure means having to relearn ways to get the job done more efficiently in the cloud.

Actifio Offers Cloud Alternative to Siloed Storage, Data Management

Actifio extends its copy data virtualization platform With Actifio Sky.

Cisco Evolves SDN Vision with WAE

WAN Automation Engine aims to automate the provisioning of network services on its Evolved Services Platform -- and in the process, save customer budgets.

Unisys Launches New Cloud Management Platform

Choreographer can automate virtual workloads with both Amazon's and Microsoft's cloud realms.

Cisco and VMware Continue To Duke It Out in Software-Defined Networking Arena

Verbal sniping continues on eve of Cisco Live conference.

Hyper-V Recovery Manager Sports New Name, New Features

Along with new name, Azure Site Recovery will come with file sharing that takes VM migrations in mind.

Startup Puts WAN Twist on Software-Defined Networking

CloudGenix will apply SDN techniques to networks in distributed locations.

Equinix Launches Multi Cloud Exchange

Equinix on Wednesday launched an exchange that will link its facilities to multiple cloud service providers.

Oracle Solaris Gets Built-In Software-Defined Networking

Meet the modern OS, a 'cloud platform' with integrated virtualization and SDN.

The Internet of Things and Beyond: 5 Things We’ll Be Tracking for a Better Tomorrow

What the Internet of Things offers is this huge opportunity to build intelligent applications that can actively optimize and direct just about any system that is dynamically programmable. Here are the five types of things that are soon likely to be “sensorized” in your IT shop.

Cloud Business Up, Up and Away for Citrix, Microsoft

The cloud business is more than just hype and hot air, as Citrix and Microsoft both report positive earnings in latest financial filings.

Next-Generation HP XP7 Storage Now Available

Through a combination of virtualized technologies, HP XP7 Storage purports to provide six 9s of uptime, providing customers with constant access and continuous disaster recovery protection.

Java Cloud Service Gets a Fix

Oracle's recent fix follows up an array of patches that were rolled into its quarterly Critical Patch Update.

vSphere Rakes It In for VMware

Revenue for the virtualization company continues to build on the strength of its hypervisor technology, but there's growing interest in its cloud services.

Moka5 Launches M5 LivePC 'Vanguard'

Vanguard release uses client-side virtualization technology to enable Windows and Macs to run fully configured and secure.

Intronis Expands Cloud Backup, Recovery Solution

Spring Release '14 adds physical imaging, Hyper-V support to backup repertoire.

VMware's Horizon 6 Unifies End User Computing

The company's sixth generation virtualization platform for unifying end-user computing has competitors taking notice.

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