Bosh, the toolchain that promises to propagate Cloud Foundry everywhere, gains another adherent in CenturyLink cloud.
The week in cloud: HP will replace Verizon Terremark as Healthcare.gov hosting partner, but that may be just the beginning of more shakeups to come as the administration tries to fix what ails the troubled website.
The week in cloud: Jared Wray, newly installed cloud CTO of CenturyLink talks about how Tier 3, AppFog, Savvis fit in the CenturyLink cloud umbrella; and we give thanks for special blessings.
Tier 3 brings enterprise-friendly management, a well-regarded IaaS and a PaaS with it to become the new CenturyLink Cloud.
It’s well and good for a cloud to offer tons of compute, storage and networking services, but tying them together in a way that non-techies can use them, is value in and of itself, says Tier 3.
Tier 3, Dell, Rackspace — all would very much like to sell their cloud wares to telcos, carriers, managed service providers and are rolling out packages to attract those companies.
Another week of high-profile outages may spook some prospective cloud users but Amazon Web Services strength shows the appeal of cloud. And Microsoft keeps adding Windows Azure options.
More granular cloud management features will make it easier for companies and service providers to set up group policies and lessen server sprawl in their environments, says Tier 3 CTO Jared Wray.