Cloud Startup: Metacloud – Production Ready From Day One!

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Cloud Startup: Metacloud – Production Ready From Day One! On Tuesday, I was able to sit down with Mr. Steve Curry, co-founder and President of Metacloud, to talk in depth about what drives Metacloud forward in this ever changing industry of cloud computing. A little background on the company to start off with; Metacloud was originally

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IBM Bolsters Cloud Portfolio While Infusing Analytics Into New Cloud Offerings

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IBM Bolsters Cloud Portfolio While Infusing Analytics Into New Cloud Offerings Infuses analytics into new cloud offerings to help clients drive business transformation $2 billion SoftLayer investment to underpin its high value cloud capabilities Singapore – 09 Oct 2013: Building on its $2 billion acquisition of SoftLayer, IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a series of new offerings that fuse together

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Cloud Startup: Nebula One

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Cloud Startup: Nebula One Nebula One: An Operating System and Interoperability Cloud Ecosystem In One There are nebulous clouds and then there is Nebula One. The latter is a cloud startup with two bases in Seattle, Washington and Mountain View, California. The company began operations in 2011, thus giving it a few years down the

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Google Dumps Custom Linux In Favor Of Debian For App Engine

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Google Dumps Custom Linux in Favor of Debian for App Engine Google has made the switch from its own custom version of Linux, which they called “Google Compute Engine Linux” to more standard and generic, Debian Linux for App Engine. The switch syncs with the announcement of Debian 7.0 codenamed “wheezy” which brings significant new

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Cloud Infographic: The Future Of Open Source

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Cloud Infographic: The Future Of Open Source There has been much discussion in Open Source Cloud and a growing need to best learn how to utilize the opportunities and technologies available. Included is an Infographic courtesy of BlackDuck Software which sheds a little more light into this growing field. Infographic Source: BlackDuck Software

Old Hosting Providers Moving To Become Cloud Providers With The Help Of OpenStack

Old Hosting Providers Moving to Become Cloud Providers with the Help of Openstack Before cloud computing went mainstream, the internet was dominated by large web hosting providers. Anyone that wanted to make a website needed to sign up with a hosting provider for either a free basic account with limited capabilities or a subscribed one with customizable

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Heroes Of The Cloud – Part 4

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Heroes Of The Cloud – Part 4 Cloud has been a metaphor for the Internet for almost as long as there has been an Internet. As early as 1961 there were predictions “computing may someday be organized as a public utility just as the telephone system is a public utility…” MIT/Standford Professor John McCarthy had predicted

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Gartner Cloud Prediction Places US Top In Public Deployment

Gartner Cloud Prediction Places US Top in Public Deployment Trying to predict the cloud market can easily be likened to attempting to look for sufficient, clean drinking water in the Atacama Desert. All the same Gartner tries its best to tear through the numbers and somehow comes up with facts and figures that shape up

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Heroes Of The Cloud – Part 3

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Heroes Of The Cloud – Part 3 Lew Tucker Cisco Systems was one of the companies which rode the wave of success popularly known as the “Dot Com Boom” of the late Nineties. Unlike many of the tech companies that fell to ruin when the Dot Com Bubble burst, Cisco has managed to remain relevant

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Heroes Of The Cloud – Part 2

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Heroes Of The Cloud – Part 2 Cloudscaling As Cloud Computing becomes more prominent and influential, a few voices rise to the top to define what it means to operate in a Cloud environment. One of the most respected and influential of these voices is Cloudscaling co-founder and CTO, Randy Bias. Bias is a recognized

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Heroes Of The Cloud – Part 1

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Heroes Of The Cloud Cloud computing is gaining an increase in recognition as “the next big thing” in the digital world which in turn affects the world and society as a whole. Cloud Computing is a relatively new concept with many still trying to get their heads around, but in all due time. Yet the

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Is Cloud Computing A Threat To Older Tech Companies? Part 2

Is Cloud Computing A Threat To Older Tech Companies? Part 2 Continued From Part 1….  So, how accurate were IDC’s predictions? Hindsight is, as the saying goes, 20/20; so while we won’t know exactly how precise IDC’s projections are, we can certainly determine if their aim was true. IDC predicted: “Worldwide IT spending will grow 6.9%,

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Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Cluttr

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Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Cluttr …….The Latest Wave in Third-party Data Infrastructure Auditing for Cloud Efficiency With one year to its name counting, Cluttr is the brainchild of two campus graduates from Ghent, Belgium. The firm focuses its energies on the data providers and the companies that seek to leverage on their data

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Any Future For Open Source Cloud Computing?

Any Future For Open Source Cloud Computing? The dominant growth of open source in infrastructure software design and the vast adoption of cloud computing have resulted in a powerful synergy whose impacts and benefits are far-reaching. This synergy was born out of the need for flexibility, savings by free or low cost software licensing fees,

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