The week in cloud: OpenStack M&A continues — stay tuned for more action. And Max Schireson on MongoDB momentum (and why he stepped down as CEO.)
The week in cloud: Amazon Web Services and Rackspace both acknowledged that they needed to re-start a big chunk of their public cloud infrastructure due to a non-disclosed Xen issue.
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.
The week in cloud: Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Dropbox and Amazon all want your business and personal files in their respective clouds so they can then sell you more stuff. Storage price cuts are flying — but make sure you watch pricing of other services.
The week in cloud: The word of late is if you’re not doing “mobile” you’re not doing development. So Pivotal Cloud Foundry, like every other PaaS, is adding mobile-specific services.
VMware used third-party benchmarks to claim that vCHS is less expensive than Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure. But really, what would you expect them to show?
The week in cloud: Government agencies are moving to cloud under the federal cloud-first initiative, but the pace is slooooow. So what else is new?
The week in cloud. If you want to know how big your favorite vendor’s cloud business is — in scale, in revenue, in profitability … yeah, good luck with that.
The week in cloud: Amazon pushes AWS Marketplace as a destination for IT buyers; Apple and IBM bury past differences to bolster iPhones/iPads in the enterprise.
Coming soon from Amazon Web Services: ERP? CRM? E-mail ? I’m betting yes, well, because, why not? The week in cloud.