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Sponsored by Red Hat and Intel
Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) is a model where servers and other resources are provisioned as required over the cloud. This model provides self-service, on-demand access to IT resources, which means users can create and access tools they need within minutes, instead of days, weeks or months.
Recently appointed Azure CTO Mark Russinovich spells out Microsoft's espousal of the container cause on its cloud computing platform and his reservations about Docker security.
SUSE shows that it's also a player in the OpenStack cloud races with its latest IaaS cloud, SUSE Cloud 4.
Perth-based Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider, Zettagrid, says its focus is offering fully automated cloud services, reports David Hazan.
New managed cloud models, service-level agreements and pricing are Rackspace's way of saying if you want cheap, commodity cloud, look elsewhere.
Most companies using the IaaS will use not one but at least three vendors, according to a report.
Containerization is cheaper than virtualization. Cloud customers could save money by running programs in auto-scaling containers instead of fixed-size virtual machines, according to ElasticHosts.
Research by Telsyte shows the uptake of cloud computing within Australian enterprises is expected to continue to grow, with the current total market value for public cloud infrastructure services is worth AU$305 million.
Phase one of the Office Productivity as a Service (OPaaS) rollout delivers Exchange email, calendaring and security features.
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Here is a list of questions that you should ask a cloud service provider, when thinking about running cloud solutions. If your cloud service provider can address them, it’s one of your choices -- and should be good to stand in front of your IT department.
A study for Thales e-Security by the Ponemon Institute shows that organizations, particularly those strong security postures, are moving data to the cloud, but much of that data is unencrypted at rest.
Accenture Australia believes cloud is approaching a "very steep acceleration" of growth, particularly as it shifts its focus towards Platform as a Service deployments.
Microsoft's latest bundle of Windows Azure enhancements includes some new virtualization capabilities that ultimately may help blur the IaaS-PaaS distinction.
Cloud is big in Australia and New Zealand, and about to get bigger. IaaS and PaaS will be the fastest-growing cloud flavours in 2014, as businesses scramble to gain or maintain competitive edge.
Two-third of organizations in Asia use some form of cloud--whether private, hybrid or public. Some 40 percent currently use infrastructure-as-a-service, 39 percent tap platform-as-a-service, reveals ZDNet study.
A shift to infrastructure as a service (IaaS) among other changes sees project costs increase as signs of slippage emerge in release schedule.
Increased spending is planned on cloud-based services but data sovereignty restrictions remain a barrier in the public sector.
OwnCloud, an open-source Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud vendor, is readying an Open Document Format editor to go with its open-source, private-cloud software.
Vendors of desktop-as-a-service and enterprise-content-management-as-a-service to New Zealand government agencies are expected to be announced “very soon”.
Microsoft's Blue wave of server tools are about to be released; here's how they fit together to build what Microsoft is calling the "CloudOS".
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