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VMops rebrands itself as Cloud.com and releases an open-source offering for home-grown cloud infrastructure.
OpSource's SaaS Summit was full of useful information and was a lot of fun. Kudos to them for the effort.
Just when you thought that events were passe' OpSource shows up and gives you a thrill.
Love the On-demand? Join us at the SaaS Summit in SF
In recent weeks, the landscape of cloud computing has changed dramatically, with the introduction of services from the likes of Amazon, Savvis, Terremark and OpSource.
SaaS applications and the cloud are driving the next generation of IT spending. The 2009 SaaS Summit provides some much needed insight.
Attendees at a big software-as-a-service conference turn a cold shoulder to sessions devoted to green aspects of cloud computing.
In a down economy, customers expect value. Disaster recovery, compliance, and enterprisey features are where the growth is in the near term. And cost still weighs heavily.
You might assume that even events geared for schmoozers at the high end of the IT food chain can hold the line. Not the case--not even for SaaS Summit 09.
Treb Ryan managed to sell a start-up for big bucks just as the dot-com boom was ending. But now, just getting funding for his current company is proving hard work.