The three new offerings build a sort of cloud-as-you-go strategy, allowing users to move applications and processes to the cloud whenever it makes the most sense.
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Enterprise storage has been an exclusive, niche industry for many years, however new approaches to cloud-based storage is turning this old model on its head.
According to Rightscale, cloud infrastructure prices continue to fall---especially for compute and storage. AWS leads the pack in price cuts, but Microsoft's Azure is most likely to respond.
Red Hat and Hortonworks aim to integrate products to boost the use of Apache Hadoop.
Microsoft today announced the general availability of its IaaS offering and offered to price match AWS for storage, compute and network bandwidth in the cloud.
The idea behind the Equinix-NetApp collaboration is to offer cost and scaling benefits associated with the public cloud while having the control and security levels typically associated with private clouds.
AWS is now saying that you can do private cloud by default in EC2. The upshot: It may be bit harder for rivals to pitch servers, storage and networking gear with AWS lurking in the background.
Seagate said its motives behind joining OpenStack are "to help foster the growth of cloud storage solutions."
AMD's SeaMicro SM15000 server has been certified for both compute and storage portions of OpenStack.
Rackspace has raised a ruckus about trying to post retail customers from AWS and its OpenStack cloud OS. AWS says OpenStack isn't surfacing much in customer talks and is confident it will fare well vs. Rackspace.
In a nutshell, NetApp is offering gear that connects directly to Amazon Web Services (AWS) as customers blend storage infrastructure with the cloud.
The updates to Rackspace’s distribution of the open source cloud management system OpenStack brings features from the latest distribution of the software to the hoster's supported distribution.
Rackspace intros Cloud Block Storage powered by OpenStack with a solid state drive-based option for better performance rates.
At the OpenStack Summit, co-founder Rackspace announced that it has in preview testing storage and networking products based on two core components of OpenStack, even as it works to provide interoperability between its "Alamo" private cloud and its public cloud plaforms
The much anticipated 'Folsom" version of OpenStack debuted today with new networking and storage features and Hyper-V support; the next version, Grizzly, is due in March of 2013
Piston has debuted Airframe, a free version of its enterprise OpenStack cloud platform distribution that includes all of the core components of the platform including compute, storage and networking but not the high availability, zero downtime, professional support offered with the enterprise subscription.
AWS has brought flash storage to its rentable virtual servers, giving developers with I/O-hungry applications such as databases the opportunity to rent cloud-based servers
Amazon has given datacentre administrators greater control over its on-premise AWS Storage Gateway technology via a set of APIs.The APIs were released on Wednesday and give businesses another way to manage the cloud storage and backup technology, and some new functions, according to Amazon.
The race to be the leading cloud platform is well underway. Amazon's AWS is clearly the market leader at this point. OpenStack is gaining momentum in the cloud platform race. Eucalyptus is not standing still either. Since it is so early in the race, just about anyone could win in the end.
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