We’re counting down to Structure:Europe where ten startups will take the stage and launch. Meet ECManage, a cloud management company that helps you move apps between cloud providers.
Will VMware be able to replicate the monster success it achieved inside corporate server rooms in the cloud at large? Maybe, but it will have to execute well on many fronts and catch a lot of breaks for that to happen.
Say hello to Tresorit, a Structure:Europe Launchpad finalist, which says it can lock-down your data and transport it to Windows Azure with no worries about data scooping and snooping.
Around 200,000 volunteered computers donated 17,000 years worth of computing time in an 8 month span, aiding in the identification of 24 pulsars in the Milky Way.
For the third year in a row, tech is the sector that’s been demanding the most office space in London, reports Tech City News. Research firm Knight Frank predicts that “tech firms will acquire 1.6 million square feet of office space in 2013. That’s a 23% increase in demand for commercial space from 2012.” The GigaOM crew will descend on London for our Structure:Europe event next month.
VMware’s big networking and storage virtualization breakthroughs have irked some of its partners in the field.
A London-based startup called import.io has built a service that lets users take information from websites and turn it into structured data that can populate a spreadsheet or feed an application via API. And it doesn’t require any coding.
This week we handicap VMware’s chances in cloud vis a vis AWS and Microsoft and Nebula CEO (and former NASA CTO) sketches out how he sees the cloud market unfolding.
Cloudbase.io wants to unleash the world’s mobile app creatives. Will low cost, speedy backend-as-a-service be the answer?
LinkedIn’s new University Pages are a case study in how to build a big data application. Ideas are great and pretty web design are great, but you also need people who can find and format the data, the the systems in place to make everything work.