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Vendor lock-in is a big issue when you're managing an application lifecycle across more than one cloud provider. An OASIS specification solves this problem.
Learn about BlueData's turn-key solution that creates an Amazon EMR-like self-service consumption model for big data infrastructure in private data centers.
Pagoda Box solves the technical problems in V1 of its PaaS by building on bare metal, provisioning its custom OS, and having a custom provisioning layer with virtual networks.
Gartner analysts suggest you keep a close eye on the items listed in its latest trend report. Michael Kassner examines the technologies on the list and finds a common thread: cloud...
As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful...
The HP ConvergedSystem 200-HC EVO: RAIL announcement indicates that VMware EVO: RAIL is now a mainstream option in the hyper-convergent market. Keith Townsend explains why.
Managers and engineers need to stay abreast of the skills needed to work in a cloud-based data center. These are the basics to explore.
Colocating hardware is becoming more interesting to IT managers. They have more control, less costs, and security tends to be greater than having servers in-house or renting a VM s...
A new proposal from the FCC would allocate billions of E-Rate dollars to install Wi-Fi networks in every school and library in the US.
While early watchers view the Amazon Fire Phone as strictly consumer oriented, there's a strong potential that it might become a Bring Your Own Device phone for the enterprise.