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Cloud battle scales new heights
In snub to Amazon, Google demos load balancer-as-a-service scaling up to 1m in just five seconds.
I got 84codes
JAXenter chats with the CEO of 84codes about their recent acquisition, CloudMQTT.
The Chosen One?
With the launch of enterprise oriented Pivotal One, company promises that everyone can now develop like an internet titan.
Making four times more than Azure
Amazon Q3 results reveal record sales for cloud service, while Microsoft and Co. eat dust.
Pile ‘em high
New project ‘Solum’ promises to be an OpenStack alternative to Cloud Foundry - if it ever comes together.
Open source cloud platform provider’s VP of Product Andy Knosp holds forth on Eucalyptus 3.4, and pledges loyalty to Java.
Shove off, Excel
Enterprise management software provider releases souped-up tool to help companies take control of test environments.
Hot of the press
The October edition of JAX Magazine is now available for download!
The latest Cisco Global Cloud Index claims a 4.5 fold increase in global cloud traffic between 2012 and 2017.
All about the API
As the OpenStack community vociferously debate whether to embrace the AWS API, we speak to the ex-MySQL CEO about his cloud infrastructure company which does just that.
The oncoming storm
New initiatives attempt to woo volume big spenders to Azure, and Windows Server hybridizes with cloud platform.
Analyst predicts doom and gloom amidst battle of the cloud vendor titans.
So much for “complete gibberish”
Annual event sees new product announcements, tie-ins with Dell and Microsoft – but Larry snubs in favor of boat racing.
No backdoors here
Red Hat’s Bryan Che talks open hybrid operability, his company’s vision for the cloud, and why you won’t find NSA fingerprints on their software.