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DreamHost Debuts Havana Version Of Its DreamCompute OpenStack Cloud

DreamHost Debuts Havana Version Of Its DreamCompute OpenStack Cloud

DreamHost Debuts Havana Version of Its DreamCompute OpenStack Cloud  Continuous Integration Approach Delivers Powerful New Features in Real Time LOS ANGELES, California—November 4, 2013—DreamHost®, a global leader in Web hosting and cloud services, today announced an upgraded Havana version of its DreamCompute™ public cloud computing service, and significant new levels of OpenStack™ code and community

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Cloud Computing Myths Explained: Part 2

Cloud Computing Myths Explained: Part 2 OWNERSHIP: Cloud would make me lose control and ownership over my data A common feeling – I would lose control over my data. Because you are not storing your data physically with you it’s obvious to feel like this. You don’t know about the data storage, security mechanism and

Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of Cloud Hosting

Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of Cloud Hosting

Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of Cloud Hosting In years past, companies looking to host a high-traffic website have had one of three main options: Shared Web hosting services Dedicated Web hosting services Hosting on local IT infrastructure Shared Web hosting services have been most popular with small businesses, but they suffer from performance bottlenecks, limited

Dreamhost Joins Elite Roster of Nicira’s OpenStack Customers

Cloud Provider Joins Elite Roster of Nicira’s OpenStack Customers Palo Alto, Calif., April 9, 2012 – Nicira, the network virtualization company, today announced that Southern California-based cloud provider DreamHost will deploy its Network Virtualization Platform (NVP).  DreamHost joins global leaders NTT, Rackspace and others using Nicira’s software to reduce costs and accelerate service delivery in

Cloud Computing Hosting – Keeping Your Head in the Cloud

Cloud Computing Hosting – Keeping Your Head in the Cloud Why Cloud Hosting is becoming more important for developers and web designers. Cloud computing has officially moved on from being  just a buzz word. Start ups, ecommerce giants and freelance web designers have all embraced cloud technology in some form – from Google Apps to