VMware plans to rebrand vCloud Hybrid Services as vCloud Air, sources said. The news leaked in advance of VMworld 2014.
The week in cloud: Amazon and VMware (and HP and Microsoft and Red Hat and Rackspace) square off to win more cloud workloads.
Can you say hybrid cloud? AWS says its new portal will let VMware administrators manage AWS, as well as VMware, resources.
This week’s Structure show: Bill Fathers on VMware’s hybrid cloud opportunity; And Mesophere founder Florian Leibert on the beauty of Mesos for management of massive resource pools.
Server virtualization king hopes that service providers that now offer vCloud Director plus non-VMware options will consolidate with VCHS in the future. Service providers themselves say: “Good luck with that.”
Microsoft launched a new “Gov Cloud,” volume license deals for Azure — oh and a mess of new Windows software, at a cloud event Monday.
If you’re a developer and would like to road-test a DynamoDB app locally without incurring charges, you can now do so, says Amazon Web Services.
VMware’s big networking and storage virtualization breakthroughs have irked some of its partners in the field.
Will we see an Amazon-VMware team of rivals? Actual availability of the promised vCloud Hybrid Services cloud, a clarification of VCE status? Stay tuned for VMworld news.
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger sketches plans to take on Amazon Web Services in public cloud. Hint: The strategy keys on existing vCloud private cloud customers and the channel supporting them.