IBM and AT&T said they are getting together to offer their shared customers cloud services that use IBM's compute and storage infrastructure, and network connectivity provided by AT&T.
CloudBees recently announced two new services and news that its implementation of the Jenkins continuous integration (CI) server has been extended to Google's App Engine.
Oracle has announced at its OpenWorld conference in San Francisco that it's adding to its product line new online storage services.
Salesforce unveiled a new Heroku-based enterprise cloud service for Java at its annual Dreamforce conference, underway this week in San Francisco.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that its Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) service is now supporting Amazon RDS for SQL Server.
CloudBees has added six vendors to its partner ecosystem, adding new services the company says will fill more holes in the road for Java jocks rolling toward the cloud.
The Technology Preview of Red Hat's OpenStack software was released this week.
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.
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.
Racskpace announced that as of August 1, its Cloud Servers and its Rackspace Cloud Databases now run on the OpenStack platform.
Hewlett-Packard announced on Wednesday that customers can purchase the company's HP Cloud Object Storage and CDN.
Last week the company submitted a 42-page document detailing security policies for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Rackspace launched its Cloud Tools Marketplace this week, which aims to let its customers find and subscribe to any number of SaaS offerings.
On Wednesday DevOps automation company Electric Cloud announced an upcoming new application deployment solution for enterprises, ElectricDeploy.
A new survey commissioned by Rackspace shows 86 percent see portability as a key consideration when choosing a cloud service provider.
Google announced at its annual Google I/O developer conference that it will offer an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud.
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.
GigaSpaces Technologies has added its support to the Windows Azure Plugin for Eclipse with Java project with the contribution of a "publish to the cloud" wizard.