The week in cloud: CloudStack partisans say their open-source cloud is not tied to Citrix; what Google’s enterprise re-do means; and Zap this.
There are big changes afoot atop Citrix’s cloud organization as Sameer Dholakia, Shannon WIlliams and Sheng Liang depart and Klaus Oestermann heads a revamped organization.
Mårten Mickos took to his blog to proclaim a big change of fortunes for open-source cloud Eucalyptus. But what would we expect him to say?
What’s going on here? Mårten Mickos used to blast OpenStack, but now he’ll keynote an OpenStack conference, and Citrix Group VP Sameer Dholakia will be there, too.
A Structure conference panel discussing the state of open source cloud computing agreed that open source clouds need to get easier to use, but not on much else.
Big data vendor Cloudera is no Google when it comes to data center footprint, but the cost and complexity of its infrastructure are growing with each passing year. Cloudera VP of engineering Peter Cooper-Ellis explains how better data centers and cloud computing help ease the burden.
Can the market sustain umpteen different OpenStack cloud flavors plus Eucalyptus plus CloudStack plus OpenNebula? Inquiring minds want to know.
The week in cloud: New OpenStack release will address rolling upgrades and other IT wish list items; the state of cloud adoption.
New Verizon Cloud, parlaying CloudStack and Xen, promises easy movement of VMware workloads, the end of the noisy-neighbor … pretty much cloud nirvana. Now comes the hard part: winning users.
The OpenStack Foundation says the world needs more mad OpenStack skills, so it’s launched a training marketplace to grease the skids.