Enterprise cloud purveyor Virtustream is bringing OpenStack to parity with vCenter/ESX in its latest xStream cloud management release.
Big, traditional enterprises that scoffed at cloud deployment a few years ago, aren’t laughing now. They’re fully aboard, as we’ll discuss at Structure 2014.
As some cloud giants consider custom processors, Intel is banking that users do (or will) care about what sort of chip is running their clouds — and so a logo program is born.
Amazon Web Services continues to sell like hotcakes although it may or may not be the most price-efficient option; and this week’s Structure Show.
It’s product-announcement season in the big data and Hadoop world, and this week was full of them. Here are some of the more interesting items you might have missed if you blinked.
Traditional vendor alliances are under stress (to say the least) but a few partnerships bucked the trend this week in cloud.
As more companies weigh moves to the cloud, vendors have latched onto the “hybrid” label as a sales tool.
Already partners in the cloud, SAP and Virtustream tighten ties with SAP’s big investment.
Reuven Cohen, who founded Enomaly an early IaaS player, is now aboard at Citrix, where he will push that company’s cloud agenda.
The Deutsche Boerse Cloud Exchange, which will launch in Frankfurt, New York and Singapore in 2014, aims to make it as easy to trade compute and storage capacity as it is to trade stocks.