CopperEgg’s RevealCloud v3 Delivers First Real-Time System Process Monitoring Service

CopperEgg’s RevealCloud v3 Delivers First Real-Time System Process Monitoring Service CopperEgg’s RevealCloud v3 delivers first real-time server process monitoring service and supports larger server deployments with features ideal for both DevOps and IT System Administrators. (Austin, Texas  March 26, 2012) CopperEgg, Corp., a real-time monitoring and analytics company, today announced the release of RevealCloud™ v3, the

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Controlled Explosion: Big Data and The Cloud

Controlled Explosion: Big Data and The Cloud You can’t stop the massive growth in data, but you can do a better job of managing it IT departments are beginning to shift their focus from adding more storage to improving the efficiency of the storage systems already in place. Today, the name of the game is improving productivity and

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Thoughts on Cloud User Interface Standards

Thoughts on Cloud User Interface Standards I’ve recently come across an article, It’s time for a Cloud UI Standard, which got me thinking about the evolution of cloud computing. The cloud started as the dream of a few visionary people, envisioning a world where computing can be sold like a utility, like electricity or water,

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Windows 8: Microsoft Finally Unveils OS Designed With Cloud in Mind

Windows 8: Microsoft Finally Unveils OS Designed With Cloud in Mind “Metro-style” user interface aside, upcoming Windows 8 operating system is set to feature some useful cloud capabilities while developers and top executives at Microsoft still decline to unveil its full cloud capacity. Most analysts focus on Windows 8´s ability to run all applications in

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10 Cloud Based OS’s (Operating Systems) Worth A Closer Look

10 Cloud Based OS’s (Operating Systems) Worth A Closer Look 1) iSpaces CloudBrowser is a web browser within a browser that allows users to log in to the company’s platform from multiple computers while saving the state of their interface to the company’s data storage centers in the cloud. iSpaces runs on any Windows or Linux

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Does Your Organization Support Multiple Devices?

Does Your Organization Support Multiple Devices? In most companies, the common standard is to have the IT department choose the desktop/mobile OS and operating devices for the entire organization. This is done for compatibility and increased efficiency purposes. However, I am a personal supporter of the belief that users should decide what technology they want

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IBM Targets Big Businesses for Its Cloud Computing Offerings

IBM Targets Big Businesses for Its Cloud Computing Offerings IBM has made no secret about its ambitious plans in the cloud computing space (See: IBM Expects to generate $7 billion In Cloud Computing Revenues By 2015: CEO). It has put its money where its mouth is, investing in building up cloud computing capacities across the

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Practically Speaking About Cloud Computing: Google Apps Part III

Google Apps Part III – Google Apps Applications: The default applications available in Google Apps, in addition to mail, are Calendar, Documents and Sites. About 6 months back, Google launched Google Apps Marketplace. The Google Apps Marketplace offers web-based applications that work seamlessly with Google Apps. Email = Gmail No doubt that many of us

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Microsoft Corp has announced that it has partnered with Cloud.com

Open source cloud initiative embraces Microsoft virtualization platform. REDMOND, Wash., Oct. 22 /PRNewswire/ — Microsoft Corp. today announced that it has partnered with Cloud.com to provide integration and support of Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V to the OpenStack project, an open source cloud computing platform. The addition of Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V provides organizations

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WebOS 2.0 – Mobile Cloud Computing

WebOS 2.0 – Mobile Cloud Computing There has been more and more talk regarding Cloud based operating systems and Mobile Cloud Computing. We have come across some WebOS 2.0 beta information and images. Many off these images can be found at wibozi.com and engadget.com. What we’ve noticed is that some of the direct cloud services

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Cloud Computing – The future cloud should fend for itself

by James Urquhart with CNet It is fascinating the ways in which the world of computing can be made easier, thus creating opportunity for new complexities–usually in the form of new computing technologies. It’s happened with programming languages, software architectures, computer networks, data center design, and systems virtualization. However, nothing has raised the bar on

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