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  • Happy birthday, OpenStack! Now change

    As OpenStack celebrates its third birthday this month, some project backers are reflecting on just how far the project has progressed, while pundits are saying that unless it makes some major changes, there may be less to celebrate in years to come.

    Written by Brandon Butler23 July 13 13:56
  • VMware and Microsoft are missing the boat on private PaaS, consultant says

    VMware's Cloud Foundry and Microsoft Azure are two of the leading platform as a service (PaaS) offerings from two cloud heavyweights, but one consultant says both companies are largely ignoring the private cloud market, creating a glaring hole for customers.

    Written by Brandon Butler16 Nov. 12 15:50
  • 4 essential cloud security tips

    More and more enterprise IT shops - as they get comfortable with <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/news/2010/102510-burning-questions-virtualization-storage.html">virtualization</a> practices in their own private clouds - are considering a jump to the public cloud. But before making that leap, consider these pieces of advice from those that have already jumped.

    Written by Christine Burns13 Oct. 11 05:20
  • Cloud consulting firm hopes lightning can strike twice

    Cambridge Technology Partners rode high on the client-server wave in the 1990s, and now its founders are planning to bring their magic to cloud computing with a new firm called Cloud Technology Partners.

    Written by Ann Bednarz01 Feb. 11 05:28
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  • CSC: The Cloud's quiet whiz kid

    When most people who track the industry think of the Cloud computing market, big names like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google, Rackspace, Verizon Terremark and others come to mind. HP, Joyent, IBM and Dell even. But Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)?

    Written by Brandon Butler03 Oct. 13 18:15
  • 2013: Year of the hybrid cloud

    The time for dabbling in cloud computing is over, say industry analysts. 2013 is the year that companies need to implement a hybrid cloud strategy that puts select workloads in the public cloud and keeps others in-house.

    Written by Christine Burns03 Dec. 12 06:03