Today sees the long-awaited release of OpenStack 2012.2, considered by some to be the first mature enough for commercial release.
The day the vendors were waiting for – Rackspace steps aside from the infrastructure project, leaving the vendors to continue the success of OpenStack
Two weeks since releasing the first large-scale OpenStack public cloud, Rackspace have launched a private equivalent.
Cumulogic founder Rajesh Ramchandani deciphers some of the mysteries behind cloud and gives suggestions for how to pick the best for your enterprise
It was coming, but now OpenStack’s ascent to de facto public cloud looks set, with Rackspace the first company to deploy a large scale cloud based on OpenStack
Apache’s cloudy REST API hub emerges out of the incubator with a snazzy Amazon EC2 frontend
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?
With partnerships and deals being struck up daily, we take stock of the Hadoop space and who has positioned themselves the best for the coming months. Some are suggesting it won’t matter though…
We now have a date for the next version of the cloud infrastructure OpenStack as Folsom is set for a September day release
One of the founding fathers of OpenStack decides to opt out now that its work is complete
Red Hat has been upping its contributions to the cloud platform OpenStack, according to statistics published last week
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
Nodeable CEO Dave Rosenberg offers some interesting thoughts for cloud computing – is the hybrid cloud a reality?