The top five cloud stories for the week of Dec 13 

This week in the cloud: Microsoft calls in the cavalry to push Azure worldwide, Google’s largest Asian data center in Taiwan to boost cloud sector, an overview of the public cloud regions available,  AWS perks seen by James Hamilton and the 2014 cloud forecast. Microsoft calls in the cavalry to push Azure worldwide – GigaOM Microsoft […]

The top five cloud stories for the week of Dec 6 

This week in the cloud: BitTorrent Sync doubles users in a single month, Microsoft  moves to reassure foreign governments and businesses over its security, SaaS dominates New Zealand spending, Google Cloud Compute goes live, AWS Certified professionals get Stackdriver free for 6 months.   BitTorrent Sync doubles users in a single month – VentureBeat This […]

The top five cloud stories for the week of November 22 

This week in the cloud: Windows Azure gaining 1,000 customers a day, AWS worth $50 billion by 2015, cloud computing beats Moore’s law, AWS re:Invent presentation: DevOps Nirvana, cloud computing in China.     Windows Azure Gaining 1,000 Customers Per Day – Information Week In this article written by Charles Babcock, we learn how Microsoft […]

The top five cloud stories for the week of November 1 

This week in the cloud: Microsoft works to resolve Microsoft Azure compute issues, Dropbox hires another Facebook alum, IBM shutters SmartCloud Enterprise platform, the U.S. governments enlists Google, Red Hat and Oracle to help on Obamacare’s website, Google’s Eric Schmidt offers cloud computing tips.   Microsoft works to resolve Windows Azure compute issue – ZDNet […]

The top five cloud stories for the week of October 18 

This week in the cloud: Cisco projects data center-cloud traffic to triple by 2017, Salesforce breaks out its identity management, VMware acquires Desktone, Google Cloud Platform simplifies server-side development for iOS, and AWS re:Invent is coming! Cisco projects data center-cloud traffic to triple by 2017 – ZDNet In this article, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols reports how […]

The top five cloud stories for the week of October 11 

This week in the cloud: IBM focuses on SoftLayer for its cloud infrastructure, the battle between OpenStack and AWS, Microsoft builds an Azure Cloud for the government, Dome9 makes it easier to understand AWS Security, AWS launches AWS Activate.   IBM says it’s tapping SoftLayer for more of its cloud biz – GigaOM The Big […]

The top five cloud stories for the week of October 4 

This week in the cloud: Red Hat leads way to certify OpenStack pros, Forbes ranks the best and worst  cloud computing stocks, Verizon launches its cloud platform, Stackdriver announces its new insight for its cloud monitoring service, and Windows Azure earns US government security tick. Red Hat leads way to certify OpenStack pros – ZDNet […]

The top five cloud stories for the week of September 27 

This week in the cloud: difficulties in the UK to hire cloud experts, another VMware executive leaves the company, AWS CloudFormation presents new templates for building RDS read replicas, the U.S. government moves its data to the cloud, Oracle and Microsoft work together on Azure Cloud. Big data, cloud computing experts hard to hire, bosses […]

The top five cloud stories for the week of September 13 

This week in the cloud: Rackspace hires a new Chief Customer Officer, Dropbox further promotes its business angle, Microsoft targets scientists with Windows Azure research, how Steve Jobs helped to invent cloud computing and how to detect noisy neighbors in your cloud environment.   Rackspace Appoints Chief Customer Officer to Grow International Presence – The […]

The top five cloud stories for the week of September 6 

This week in the cloud: Gartner releases a positive forecast for IaaS companies, AWS’ new feature for developers, EMC introduces the new “Nile Project”, the future of VMware, and the importance of the cloud in the auto industry. Savings: 67 percent report budget reduction with IaaS implementation – ZDNet This article is deals with the […]