A detailed postmortem explaining Amazon Web Service's massive outage last week that crippled numerous sites was released on Friday.
Dell just announced an update to its recently acquired Boomi software that will include Java Message Service (JMS) connectors for middleware products.
VMware announced the launch of Cloud Foundry, which the company is touting as the as the first "open platform as a service" (PaaS), on Tuesday.
Dell, Equinix and Rackspace today launched a demo of the environment available for service providers and enterprise customers to test cloud-based apps running atop the OpenStack platform.
Microsoft's Server Application Virtualization tool for Windows Azure was included in System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 beta 2, released earlier this week.
The Amazon Appstore for Android is officially open for business.
Virtualization vendor VMware recently announced the acquisition of WaveMaker, a San Francisco-based provider of a graphical development platform for Java-based Web and cloud applications.
Salesforce.com recently announced its Service Cloud app will offer native Facebook integration and other social media tracking and scoring tools.
A recent panel of defense and civilian agency CIOs discussed the notion that moving applications to the cloud computing does not mean giving up control of the data -- as long as you get a guarantee in writing.
Add transactional e-mail hosting and distribution to the list of services offered by Amazon Web Services.
Amazon Web Services this week took a significant step forward in making it easier for developers to deploy its apps to the company's widely used cloud services.
Mule ESB 3.1 adds new orchestration features, a new management console and new collaborative capabilities.
Rackspace Hosting today said it has acquired Cloudkick, a two-year old startup that offers tools to manage multiple cloud services.
Rackspace Hosting is looking to make cloud computing appealing to a broader set of customers that might not have the resources or acumen to manage systems and apps in the cloud.
Java Platform as a Service (PaaS) company CloudBees has acquired Stax Networks, the two companies disclosed this week.
Salesforce.com CEO Mark Benioff sees Cloud 2.0 on the horizon, and he believes that Ruby will be its lingua franca.
Billing it as the first database for the cloud, Salesforce.com today is announcing Database.com, targeted at next-generation enterprise apps.
Red Hat today said it has acquired Makara, a provider of software that will help the open source software provider accelerate the build-out its cloud services.
In mid-November CollabNet announced ScrumWorks Pro 4.5, an Agile project management tool that can be hosted in the cloud.
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