As the OpenStack Amazon Web Services debate continues to roll on, we spoke to Eucalyptus CEO, Mårten Mickos about why they willingly embrace AWS
Microsoft continue to welcome outsiders into their cloud platform, but the OpenJDK arrival could be the biggest move yet.
Our weekly off-beat look back at the week that was, in tech and beyond. Featuring John McCains important iPhone question to Tim Cook.
Disillusioned web devs wooed with free VMs, testing tools and dirt-cheap copies of Parallels Desktop for Mac.
Six months on, we catch up with the authors of CAMP, a cloud management API being drafted by Oracle, Red Hat and Rackspace
Friday Five is back once again. Featuring nude.js, a nine year old entrepreneur and something close to Minority Report
Dan Hardiker and James McGiven explore the possibilities of hacking with the Kinect. The duo detail how they built interactive conference signage over two weeks of weekend & evening hacking and demonstrate the various components within it that are used in building a non-contact interface which uses hand detection, tracking and gestures to allow the user to interact with the signage outside of conference rooms to find more information.
We talked to PrimeFaces’ chief about the recent development for the project, including PrimeFaces 3.4, Mobile 1.0 and more
Apache’s cloudy REST API hub emerges out of the incubator with a snazzy Amazon EC2 frontend
Groovy expert Ken Kousen discusses how to construct a trivial SOAP client using the built-in Java tools, driven by a Gradle build. The process illustrates several useful features of Gradle not often covered in a typical tutorial.
Citrix’s open source move with CloudStack could make it a cloud infrastructure juggernaut, but where does it leave OpenStack?
The virtualisation software giant takes its rightful place alongside the cloud leading pack, to promote the industry’s standards
Looks like we’ve got another contender in the clouds – Apache drives API management project Deltacloud forward
RedMonk’s first European event is set to be an absolute blockbuster, with some of tech’s finest making an appearance. We talk to RedMonk’s James Governor about the preparation…