VMware last week announced an upcoming suite of cloud-based ALM tools for Spring developers.
Microsoft today announced a partnership deal with Cloud.com to help integrate Microsoft's proprietary hypervisor into the OpenStack project.
Government agencies will soon have access to storage, virtualization and Web hosting applications via Apps.gov, the General Service Administration's cloud-based storefront, government officials said yesterday.
A recent survey shows that one of the greatest challenges facing the adoption of cloud computing is that the industry isn't selling it very well.
The first JavaOne Conference since Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems may have been stuffed into the Hilton Hotel, a half mile from its usual Moscone Center environs, but it still managed to deliver some useful sessions, worthwhile keynotes and plenty of vendor announcements.
Web-based middleware maker MuleSoft today unveiled a new version of its enterprise service bus (ESB), Mule ESB 3.0 Community.
In a move aimed at extending its Open Cloud infrastructure, Citrix Systems Inc. has agreed to acquire VMLogix Inc.
The dog days of August are a good time to take stock of some of the major themes and trends likely to shape the development space toward the end of 2010 and into 2011.
OutSystems this week released version 5.1 of its Agile Platform, featuring "1 Click" provisioning designed to help developers quickly get projects up and running on Amazon's EC2 cloud computing service.
Application lifecycle management (ALM) provider Collabnet rolled out a new version of its flagship TeamForge ALM platform this week, as well as a general-availability release of its free Subversion Edge product.
Microsoft used the occasion of an open source conference last month to advance its vision of an open cloud by breaking it down into four basic principles.
The U.S. Army found a way to fight the sluggishness of traditional software development that's slowed even further by legendary government bureaucracy: go Agile.
Addressing one of the key objectives of cloud computing, Microsoft today said its Windows Azure platform will be available as an appliance that can run on customer and partner premises.
Cloud-based services are getting a second look by IT organizations, according to a new report from Gartner.
Organizations should start experimenting with Web apps from Google, Microsoft and other software companies.
The day-one keynote centered on product enhancements to the Windows Azure platform, Bing Maps, Windows 7, Windows Server and Communications Server, among other technologies.
XebiaLabs's Deployit 1.3 beta offers new auto-discovery features plus support for virtualized and cloud environments.
Stratos is built on the open-source middleware maker's Carbon SOA platform.
VMware and Google are joining forces to make life easier for developers aiming their apps at the cloud.
CA Technologies, which has changed its name from CA Inc., has launched a series of cloud computing products and services at CA World this week in Las Vegas.