The enterprise flash card designer has launched a stack-them-high and sell-them-cheap flash product designed for 'hyperscale' tech companies.
VMware has taken administrative control of an open-source project after its lead developer left the company for arch-rival Red Hat. The two companies are seeking a solution that will minimise disruption to the Vert.x community.
The social-network is reportedly sidestepping traditional IT suppliers by using low-cost manufacturers for some of its storage gear to save on money and help it scale.
By adding support for Python 3.3.0 Heroku developers can access the latest version of the language, which marries new features with a greater emphasis on simplicity.
Oracle is buying Eloqua, a provider of cloud-based marketing and revenue management technology, for $871m, as the database giant grows its range of cloudy software aimed at specific industries.
Dell has brought advanced caching and systems management technologies to its range of Active Infrastructure on-premise appliances.
Dell will use the OpenStack cloud management and automation software for its public and private cloud products, the company has announced, in a sign of increasing support for the open-source project.
HP is serving up pay-per-use managed networking technologies to service providers to encourage them to tap HP tech for their clouds.
Centerton is the key technology behind Intel's effort to bring its x86 architecture chips into low-power microservers, in an attempt to nip ARM in the bud before it establishes marketshare.
The growth of cloud computing has led to a rise in the importance of APIs for passing information between different applications, but viewing, using and publishing APIs is still quite complicated - something Mulesoft is hoping to change.
Cloud computing is a powerful technology for renting servers and storage, but if you work with big data, the costs of going outside your own datacentre could be prohibitive.
In a world where IT is centralising, some companies have been trying to involve users by producing clouds based on peer-to-peer technology architectures. The past has shown it's not an easy trick to pull off.
The new upgrade to Riak Cloud Storage is compatible with Amazon Web Services and allows cloud admins to replicate data between multiple datacentres - potentially letting them avoid downtime and spin up their own global clouds.
Cloud computing is rearranging the datacentre infrastructure market: large server makers are seeing their dominance wane as competition grows from low-cost Asian manufacturers that sell directly to the clouds of Google, Amazon and others.
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