CA Technologies is looking to get ahead of the curve as enterprises transition from virtualization to private cloud.
Start-up founded by ex-Amazon developers raises big money to bring their private-cloud software to market.
In 3Tera, one of the earliest providers of cloud-computing software systems, CA is getting both customers and technology.
Europe gives the Web giant a one-two punch, while clean energy blooms in a box. Also: the Olympics run XP.
HP has announced the opening of a new development lab to support cloud initiatives, but is it coming too late to the party?
Cloud computing pioneer notched a big win with Japanese telecom adopting its AppLogic platform. The big question is whether Japanese IT shops will use the cloud.
The recent 3TERA AppStore announcement is the latest example of the software systems marketplace enabled by virtualization and cloud computing. How much of your future IT will be "preconfigured" for the cloud?
At Citrix Synergy 2009, Citrix made several additions to its Citrix Cloud Center (C3) offering. But there are serious questions whether C3 has the ecosystem to be competitive.
Sun Microsystem's Sun Cloud Compute Service may be a very well-conceived open cloud service, but would an IBM acquisition let it execute?
Now that Amazon and IBM have teamed up, a picture of multiple computing clouds is emerging. Is Microsoft surrounded?