For whom the Dell tolls
Own-brand OpenStack hosting to be replaced by partnership with smaller companies - all managed by Enstratius.
Amazon in their sights
11 months on from its unveiling, Google say they’re ready to tackle Amazon Web Services with their infrastructure project.
The wait is over
The silence is over - what is the grand plan for Cloud Foundry and Spring middleware? Paul Maritz has the answers.
Father of Java onboard
The father of Java will advise the AWS-compatible company on matters of performance and scalability.
When elephants fly
Red Hat, Hortonworks and Mirantis are teaming up to turn Hadoop into a first-class customer on cloud platform.
Big, furry and scalable
Rackspace reduce involvement as Red Hat become most prolific contributors to Infrastructure-as-a-Service project.
Middleware to middleman
Well known for their Java enterprise service bus, MuleSoft now want to become the hub for the ‘New Enterprise’.
Back around the CAMPfire
Six months on, we catch up with the authors of CAMP, a cloud management API being drafted by Oracle, Red Hat and Rackspace
Adding fuel to the fire
Cloud company also scores PR coup as PayPal tentatively replace ? of VMware-based servers with OpenStack.
Almost a year since it entered the incubator, the cloud management platform graduates at Apache, ready to take on its main competitor.
If you love it, set it free
NoSQL database creators Basho release Apache-licensed version of cloud storage software, but keep best bits for subscribers.
The ’flix Factor
Video streaming giant challenges developers to “build something cool” in return for cash, AWS vouchers and conference tickets.
Time to go hybrid, Larry?
Ellison’s company are still trying to work out where their cloud fits in - will Amazon EC2 experience help them out?
TomEE to the cloud!
Finally a cloud platform home for the Java EE 6 Web Profile certified project. Jelastic swoop in to help.
Joining Chaos Monkey & co
Latest aspect of Netflix cloud platform stack to be opened up provides a “blueprint” for new web services.