Cloud automators Skytap introduce virtual private PaaS via VMwares Cloud Foundry
As the race for Java cloud platform superiority heats up, CloudBees calls on HP, Foxweave, Logentries, EnterpriseDB, and Librato to widen their tool options
It didn’t take long for other OpenStack players to deal their hand, offering up their own IaaS solution. Red Hat make a preview available whilst Intel head to China
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
Unless youve been living under a rock for the last five years, youve probably heard a lot of buzz surrounding clouds, and unless somebodys given you a clear, specific introduction, youre no doubt leery of the term. Andy Piper and Josh Long dig deeper into Cloud Foundry
Cumulogic founder Rajesh Ramchandani deciphers some of the mysteries behind cloud and gives suggestions for how to pick the best for your enterprise
Chris Mayer talks to Jelastic’s Judah Johns about their Java PaaS focused company and what separates them from the cloud pack
Once one jumps, they all do – AppFog are the latest PaaS company to go GA, but how can they possibly separate themselves from the pack?
Yet another cloud platform-as-a-service has been given the green light, as Cumulogic announced that their Java PaaS has gone GA in version 1.0. But what can it offer that the others seemingly can’t?
A swathe of announcements coming out of Google’s San Francisco developer conference, mostly concerning the future of their cloudy products
Straight out of Boston, Red Hat reveal the business model behind their cloud platform, but aren’t leaving behind free Java cloud hosting entirely.
Yet one more cloud platform for your delectation, but Apcera is shrouded in mystery and how can it differ from the competition? Visibility and DevOps seem to be on the menu.
Seemingly not yet set on their enterprise cloud assault, Red Hat have just released CloudForms – an IaaS embracing open source roots and hybrid setups
CloudBees is looking to bolster its Java PaaS offering, by welcoming three cloud services into the fold.