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Mosso challenges Amazon on cloud storage

The assumption made by many who follow cloud computing is that Amazon has changed the game with unmatched pricing and service offerings. However, Mosso today released a study that questions how true that is for storage and CDN.

By February 6, 2009


Mosso's different take on cloud computing

The start-up's approach builds on standardized software stacks, and the company scales up available hardware resources as needed automatically.

By February 19, 2008


Mosso revamps cloud service tools

The company's Hosting Cloud service now sports a revised control panel and a new behind-the-scenes provisioning system.

By June 25, 2008


Mosso to add cloud-based storage

The unit of Rackspace Hosting plans to make its storage service, called CloudFS, available in a widespread public beta test sometime later this year.

By May 5, 2008


Hosting provider Mosso gets open-source productivity and scale with Hyperic

Hyperic is helping Mosso to get a consistent view of its extensive IT assets.

By November 7, 2007


Rackspace open-sources its cloud interfaces

Open-sourcing its Cloud Servers and Cloud Files APIs gives Rackspace a useful point of differentiation from Amazon Web Services.

By July 23, 2009


Thoughts on the cloud from Razorfish

Tobias Klauter of Razorfish shares perspectives about cloud computing from a company that designs and implements high-scale Web sites.

By April 15, 2009


Rackspace IPO: Wall Street does cloud computing

Shares of the San Antonio, Texas-based hosting company fall 20 percent on its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

By August 8, 2008


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


Bungee Labs extends its application hosting options

Bungee Labs will offer its application developers the option to host their applications on the Bungee Grid or Amazon EC2, and via a new application server on their own hosting infrastructure.

By April 23, 2008