Google's AppEngine receives an upgrade with new features for multitenancy and high-performance image processing.
For those who want the benefits of running in a Google-like computing cloud, but don't want to lock themselves in to Google, there's Morph Labs.
Connection woes hit popular services across the Internet. So far, though, it's unclear if they are related.
Google's made some big moves into the enterprise. Will traditional software vendors keep up or be left behind?
The site that managed to garner more than 70,000 curious people, desperate to find easy love via LinkedIn, has admitted defeat.
A morning outage in Google App Engine--a hosting service for Web application developers--was resolved around noon Pacific Thursday.
Google's cloud-computing service suffers some availability problems for more than an hour. Customers' Python programs appeared unaffected, but Java programs were hit.
For the cloud to reach its full potential new application development and deployment technologies will be required.
The cloud-computing foundation is getting a third programming language: Google's computer science project called Go. It's still behind closed doors, though.
Episode 15 of Open Season talks about the need for Java in Cloud Computing and ponders why open source remains interesting.