While it is good that partners are alert to the opportunities on the cloud, there is no sign of anyone abandoning on-premise cash cows.
Opera Mini was downloaded more than one million times during its first day of availability, according to a press release […]
Fireshark is now available to download. The open source Fireshark is a Firefox plugin combined with a set of processing […]
Version 0.6.0 of the Spex test harness is now available. Spex is a harness for testing assertions before and after […]
New task-specific programming language with the latest release of Epsilon!
Progress Software Corporation have announced the release of Progress Sonic Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) version 8.0. Sonic ESB is a […]
Version 1.6a9 of Firebug is now available to download. Firebug integrates with Firefox to allow developers to edit, debug, and […]
After Saleforce.com heralded the arrival of ‘Cloud 2.0’, Netsuite and Genpact have come together to hand a similar treatment to […]
Google Docs editors have gone through an upgrade to help users collaborate better. You can now see what others type […]
The IOUG survey covered 381 members, who oversee complex and multiple databases. Most respondents have already virtualized their servers are now planning database virtualization.
After Tavis Ormandy published a proof of concept on how to exploit a vulnerability in the Java Deployment Toolkit, Roger […]
Mobile company Palm have launched a new microsite to act as a leader board for their Hot Apps promotion. Pam […]
New Relic have announced that RPM can now manage the performance of Java and Ruby web apps deployed on the […]
Outsourcing vendors are also getting into cloud play. The larger ones such as IBM are trying their hand at various layers of the cloud from infrastructure to apps. The smaller ones, for example, the Indian vendors who habitually shy away from spending on infrastructure, are mostly focusing on app layer, to offer platform-based solutions.