Storage hypervisors are increasingly being used to virtualize storage hardware to allow for disparate infrastructures to be centrally managed.
Piston Cloud Computing is the first OpenStack-based company to embrace virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI).
As businesses continue to open up to the idea of hosting applications in the cloud, a slew of companies are looking to optimize how they're managed.
One of the toughest parts about implementing a cloud strategy isn't choosing the underlying technology to power the deployment; it's having the processes in place to manage an effective migration to the cloud.
Security remains a top concern for companies looking to deploy a cloud strategy.
Easier tweeting, texting, and social networking will arrive at crowded venues, as AT&T installs its 4G Distributed Antenna Systems.
The reality is that both OpenStack and CloudStack are both still so young neither side has more momentum than the other, says Luke Kanies, CEO of Puppet Labs.
When Tata Communications, the Indian telecommunications company, rolls out its infrastructure as a service cloud offering in America in the coming months, company officials want to claim differentiating features in the products. And one they're hoping to include is support for multiple hypervisors.
Internap, using Voxel technology, is latest to offer cloud-like delivery of dedicated managed hosting.
"Everything fails, all the time," so says Amazon.com CTO Werner Vogels.
Experts say the government is only moving slowly to the cloud, and it has a long way to go.
If your data is in the cloud, do you know where it really is?
Articles by Brandon Butler