Google announced at its annual Google I/O developer conference that it will offer an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud.
There are some surprising findings in The Eclipse Foundation's annual survey of developers about their usage of open source tools.
JetBrains, the force behind the open-source Kotlin project, announced this week the availability of Kotlin M2.
Microsoft's Windows Azure platform will be receiving support for both Linux and IaaS, and is refocusing its cloud offering as a hybrid product.
Red Hat today announced the general availability of Red Hat CloudForms, a new open source, hybrid cloud platform aimed at heterogeneous enterprise environments.
10gen announced this week that it has received a cash infusion of $42 million.
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.
Potix Corporation, the creator and chief commercial supporter of the open source ZK framework, recently unveiled a new community project: ZK Touch.
Java Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) provider CloudBees continues its support of the open-source, Java-based Jenkins continuous integration (CI) tool by contributing five plugins to the community.
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.
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.
Oracle has proposed several new implementation milestones for version 8 of the Java Development Kit (JDK 8), beginning with Milestone 1 on April 24 and ending with Milestone 6 on Jan. 30, 2013.
Go,an open source systems programming language, was first announced by the company in 2009.
According to Scott Hanselman, Microsoft's decision this week to welcome contributions from the open source community to its ASP.NET Web development framework wasn't really about open source.