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What do you call a service that has a SaaS front end to a infrastructure-as-a-service back end? Have we further differentiated the IaaS space?
As the cloud landscape continues to grow, a new report from GigaOm asserts that hybrid clouds may be the most likely use case over the next few years.
There's speculation that the Web giant may launch its cloud service during Google I/O -- putting it in competition with Amazon's existing service and Microsoft's rumored upcoming service.
The software giant is making generally available its Linux and Windows Server virtual machines, plus its Azure Virtual Network, both of which are key to making Azure competitive with Amazon Web Services.
The two rivaling software giants are rumored to be in a run-off to introduce new Infrastructure as a Service platforms for the cloud, which could mean trouble for Amazon.
If Microsoft and Google are best positioned to take advantage of the integrated cloud for business opportunity (aka "one-stop" cloud), who are challengers most able to take a leadership position?
The PC and server maker plans to use the billion-dollar investment to fuel a major expansion in cloud product areas, targeting enterprises with high-margin products.
PaaS got its start as purely hosted offerings. But we're starting to see a lot more discussion about transplanting the approach into the enterprise data center.
Cloud computing promises new ways to build and deploy distributed applications. So why are we so hung up on the old ones?
Two cloud ontology efforts have come to light that create a tremendous foundation for much-needed common understanding and taxonomy.