Rackspace has made available free software for the purpose of building private clouds based on the same platform that runs the company's cloud hosting service.
After more than 140 developers applied to join the beta test of WSO2's new API Manager, the enterprise middleware maker has decided to make it generally available (GA).
Nimbula is now offering what it claims is the first Apache Hadoop-based distribution designed to process Big Data in private clouds.
Platform-as-a-Service provider AppFog recently announced it has joined with cloud hoster Rackspace to make it possible for its users to deploy apps on the OpenStack-based Rackspace cloud.
Sonatype on Wednesday launched a new on-demand service that analyzes the open-source components in Java applications for security, licensing and quality problems.
On Wednesday DevOps automation company Electric Cloud announced an upcoming new application deployment solution for enterprises, ElectricDeploy.
Red Hat is now providing its Java EE-based JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6.0 (EAP 6) in the developer preview of its free OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) environment.
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Hewlett-Packard announced this week that it is extending links to Amazon Web Services EC2 as well as its own forthcoming HP Cloud service.
Agile Web apps toolmaker OutSystems released the latest version of its Agile Platform environment earlier this month.
The company recently announced five new plugins, including a High Availability (HA) plugin.
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The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) has disclosed plans to offer a certification program for providers of cloud-based products and services.
Red Hat said it plans to extend its platform as a service (PaaS) OpenShift operating environment to enterprises building private and hybrid clouds, according to an announcement made on Wednesday.
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