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CloudFlare Shines With Cloud Based CDN (Content Delivery Network)

CloudFlare CloudFlare is a free, cloud-based service which boosts the performance of any website online. It does so by making the site efficient in using its limited, available resources and by taking preventive measures to counter a diverse range of potential, online threats that are detrimental to the smooth, optimum performance of the site. Besides

3rd Annual Cloud Computing World Forum

3rd Annual Cloud Computing World Forum 21st& 22nd June 2011 Olympia, London www.cloudwf.com Europe’s Leading Cloud Computing Based Show Show Highlights Include: Europe’s leading 2 day conference on Cloud Computing Over 2,500 attendees anticipated 4 Theatres covering Cloud Computing, Virtualization, Enterprise 2.0, Mobile Cloud Computing and CDN Keynote agenda featuring leading industry speakers More case

A Taxonomy Of The Amazon Cloud

A Taxonomy Of The Amazon Cloud

Using the Amazon cloud is a challenge, partly due to the overwhelming number of terms that must be understood to just get your servers up and running. Below is a taxonomy break-down that you can use as a reference for getting started with the Amazon cloud.: Cloud Computing: A self-service environment for the creation of highly-scalable applications,

Internap Unveils First Open Source Infrastructure Cloud Platform

Internap Unveils First Open Source Infrastructure Cloud Platform By Kiril Kirilov of CloudTweaks Atlanta-based company Internap unveiled the first open source infrastructure cloud platform called Internap XIPCloud Storage, the company said. The service is still in its beta stage but is expected to be available to the general public very soon. “Internap XIPCloud Storage takes

A Closer Look At The Scalability Of Windows Azure

A Closer Look At The Scalability Of Windows Azure

The Scalability Of Windows Azure Cloud-computing providers in general and Windows Azure in particular offer nearly infinite scalability, virtually unlimited capacity, blazing performance and extremely quick provision times. However, to properly take advantage of these great benefits, teams need to plan ahead and understand all potential pitfalls and challenges. One of the more significant differences