Amazon announced last week it is letting customers modify their Reserved Instances in a limited capacity.
This week Workday, one of the fastest-growing Software as a Service (SaaS) firms, launched its big data analytics module.
Key VMware employees, including founder Diane Greene, recently launched CloudPhysics -- cloud-based datacenter operations management service.
Java-based platform-as-a-service (PaaS) provider Jelastic last week announced another update of its rapidly evolving Java and PHP cloud hosting platform.
A recent roundtable discussion hosted by the CSA discussed how both customers and providers are calling for more insight on federal data collecting programs like PRISM.
Distributed database startup GenieDB added to the burgeoning “as-a-Service” market this week with the release of a MySQL-based Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS).
Among the improvements in version 1.8.2 is an update of the Google Plugin For Eclipse.
IBM this week said it is backing the VMware-launched Cloud Foundry initiative.
Java Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) company CloudBees today announced the acquisition of FoxWeave, a provider of a cloud-based data integration platform of the same name.
The new distro will be freely distributed and licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2.
Cloud bottlenecks affecting user experience is a major concern when looking into cloud solutions.
The goal of CapeDwarf is an implementation of the Google App Engine (GAE) API that allows Java developers to deploy their applications on Red Hat's JBoss Application Server (JBoss AS) unmodified.
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison held a joint webcast last week to say they have formed a "strategic partnership."
High-availability computing software and hardware maker Stratus announced a new product designed to enable fault-tolerant operations in OpenStack clouds.
Microsoft and Oracle today outlined a new partnership to support all of Oracle's key software offerings including Java on Microsoft's Windows Server line.
On the verge of the 6th Annual Hadoop Summit, the Big Data space is awash with recent product announcements from vendors big and small.
IBM announced on Tuesday it is acquiring SoftLayer, the large privately held Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider.
Java-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) provider Jelastic has released a new version of its cloud hosting platform.
CA has announced that it has acquired Layer 7, whose secure API offering will bolster its identity and access management suite, which includes SiteMinder, with the aim of providing added cloud security services.
Microsoft has released the Windows Azure SDK for Ruby, and provided tools and guidance as well.