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DDoS attack affects half of GoGrid's customers

While minimizing the affect of the distributed denial-of-service attack, the hosting company continues to investigate a routing issue.

By March 31, 2009

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GoGrid introduces Cloud Storage v0.7, a virtual NAS in the clouds

The hosting veterans at GoGrid announce persistent network attached storage for virtual machines in their cloud.

By December 13, 2008

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Comparison of Amazon, Google, AppNexus, and GoGrid Cloud offerings

It's getting Cloudy out there.

By July 23, 2008

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GoGrid launches Cloud Computing management API

Managing Cloud resources takes on a new design with a REST-like API.

By July 17, 2008

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Tiny (comparatively) GoGrid takes on Amazon Web Services

Company provides graphical user interface-based control panel to cloud computing, as well as access to Windows services. It's pitch: We're cheaper. And easier.

By June 25, 2008

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Finding distinction in 'infrastructure as a service'

One competitor of Amazon Web Services, GoGrid, is offering "cloud center" offerings, which give a more data center-like view of cloud infrastructure.

By January 11, 2009

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Comments fixed on The Wisdom of Clouds

Comments were not active for the first few posts of The Wisdom of Clouds. The problem is now fixed, and I am eager to hear your thoughts on the first few posts.

By December 14, 2008

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Can PostgreSQL pickup where MySQL left off?

Database company EnterpriseDB introduces a new cloud play for PostgreSQL.

By August 25, 2011

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Xen.org to build open-standards cloud platform

The Xen Cloud Platform will form part of a wider initiative aimed at federating the private enterprise cloud and public cloud services, such as those offered by Amazon and Rackspace.

By September 1, 2009

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FLASHBACK! Buzz Out Loud 1207: Dropping the EFF bomb on the RIAA and MPAA (podcast)

Warning: contains strong language (that will be bleeped by the time you hear this), but we frankly couldn't help ourselves when we saw the stuff the RIAA and MPAA want to do to your computers, border guards, the FBI, and Homeland Security. It ain't good. Also, Twitter makes developers mad again, and we are definitely not number 1 in broadband. And it hurts.

By August 24, 2010