There’s no shortage of options for cloud computing monitoring tools. In this article, Chirag Thumar takes a closer look at some of the best monitoring solutions for cloud computing.
While cloud-based SaaS has been extremely useful for developers, that doesn’t mean they can sit back and relax. In this article, Cher Zevala explains why active performance monitoring is still necessary, as using the cloud adds an extra layer of complexity.
Cloud computing has taken off in the past few years and security is more important than ever as our data goes serverless. The convenience of cloud technology also has some drawbacks. In this article, Jenny Harrison goes over 12 important cloud security threats to watch out for.
Choosing between your own dedicated servers or cloud computing is a tough decision. Luckily for you, Jenny Harrison explains how you can make this choice by going over the pros and cons based on variables like performance, speed, cost differentials, and scalability.
More and more businesses nowadays use cloud infrastructure but they fail to understand the challenges that go hand in hand with cloud computing. The aim of the following survey is to explain these factors and to make them more transparent.
Judah Johns, Chief Evangelist at Jelasti discusses the evolution of cloud computing and why he believes 2012 is the year of the PaaS, after years of hype
We thought Oracle weren’t so keen on the cloud hype. Back in 2009, Larry Ellison dismissed the cloud computing hype. Seems he’s changed his mind somewhat in 2012…
HP has decided modernise its data centers and layoff 9,000 employees, who it thinks will become redundant by the increased automation.
CDC Software Corporation has announced that its CDC Respond complaint management system will be its first cloud software-as-a-service (SaaS) application […]
VMware had accidently posted its product roadmap on web site. vCloud Service Director provides tools to integrate VMware environments with […]
The rise of cloud will rewrite channel ecosystem in three ways, says IDC.
Think Business Intelligence. Mega vendors, expensive licensing, complex implementation, long sales cycles come to your mind. Gary Orenstein writes in […]
If the data center power, cooling and space problems were causing such headaches in a very depressed IT market, they will become significantly worse in an expanding market
The smaller proprietary and open source ERP vendors have begun to run their software from the cloud. While SAP has been a little ambivalent, there are signs that its customers and partners are racing ahead.