Hewlett-Packard recently announced its Converged Cloud strategy the company said aims to combines private, managed and public clouds with traditional IT.
Rackspace, the first OpenStack co-sponsor and co-contributor along with NASA, announced its cloud compute service is now based on the OpenStack platform.
IBM last week announced it will deliver cloud-focused hardware and software for enterprises, hosting facilities and cloud service providers.
The Amazon third-party developer community, which has been growing quickly through the success of the Kindle Fire, is likely to pick up even more steam with its announcement of the In-App Purchasing API.
VMware celebrated the first anniversary of its Cloud Foundry platform-as-a-service (PaaS) today with a mid-day party, the announcement of several new partnerships and the launch of a new deployment tool.
eXo, the French company best known for its GateIn-based enterprise Java portal, on Monday released a free public beta of eXo Cloud Workspaces, a new social "intranet-as-a-service" solution.
Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled a new cloud-based build service for its upcoming hosted Team Foundation Service.
Gorilla Logic this week released MonkeyTalk, a free and open source tool for testing native and hybrid apps built for both iOS and Android.
SQL Server 2012 has hit its release-to-manufacturing milestone and is available for testing as an evaluation version, Microsoft announced today.
HP today unveiled a new platform of integrated security solutions that, according the company, is designed to "bridge the gap between security and IT operations of security solutions."
VMware this week released a new version of its Micro Cloud Foundry platform-as-a-service (PaaS) with support for Java debugging.
Java Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) provider CloudBees unveiled Tuesday a new service for hybrid deployments of production applications.
Open-source business intelligence vendor Jaspersoft recently made its popular Java reporting engine, JasperReports Server, available in the products of two fierce cloud competitors.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Wednesday launched a new database service that will let customers modify and store huge amounts of unstructured content while providing rapid access to data.
IBM announced Wednesday it has agreed to buy Green Hat, a provider of tools that lets application developers use cloud resources to test their software, for an undisclosed amount.
A report discussing a planned Microsoft move to allow customers to host Linux servers on its Windows Azure cloud service was released by All About Microsoft's Mary Jo Foley today.
CollabNet, the Brisbane, Calif.-based provider of distributed software development solutions, recently released a new integration framework for its TeamForge Agile ALM platform.
Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is being billed as the corner stone of the company's Cloud Application Foundation and a core component of its Oracle Fusion Middleware product line.