Virtualization

Win Free Pass to CloudSlam 2011

Want to win a free pass to the Cloud Slam 2011 Cloud Computing conference? What is this event? Now in its third year, CloudSlam® covers the latest trends in the world of cloud computing. The conference has evolved from a purely virtual format to a hybrid Cloud Computing conference spread over 5 days. Day 1…

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VMForce Alliance Launches Enterprise Java Cloud

Salesforce and VMWare launched today a new Java Cloud Platform called VMforce. Utilizing the Spring Framework from VMWare’s recent SpringSource acqusition, the VMForce platform allows developers to create Java based applications on Force.Com. Dubbed as “Cloud 2.0” VMForce will allow the large base of Enterprise Java developers to build Cloud Based apps on Force.com. In…

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CloudShare Democratizes The Cloud

One of the more eagerly adopted cloud services thus far in 2010 has been CloudShare Pro. CloudShare Pro is a “light” version of CloudShare’s Enterprise level product and is aimed at individuals and small teams who want to quickly set up training, sales or testing environments in the cloud and share copies with other colleagues.…

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OnDemand Speed Links 23 February 2010

SAP Launches 12Sprints Beta SAP launches its Cloud Based Collaboration tool, months (and in some cases years) behind similar tools by IBM , 37 Signals and  a host of other cloud providers Cloud Computing Revenue Predictions Interesting article from Linda Leung that estimates revenue from Cloud Computing operations for a few major cloud providers The…

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Oracle + Sun Cloud and Virtualization Strategies

The tech industry has been abuzz the past week now that the Oracle acquisition of Sun has cleared the last hurdle from the European Union and is officially complete. Oracle and Sun executives have begun addressing a number of questions about how Oracle will integrate Suns various hardware, system and software stacks into the Oracle…

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Fed Clarifies Cloud Computing Plans

Up until the Obama administrations appointment of Vivek Kundra as the Federal CIO, the Fed had not presented a comprehensive vision of its Cloud Computing plans. This changes with the General Services Administration (GSA) recently released RFQ (Request for Quotation) for Cloud Computing Services. The GSA RFQ focuses on Infrastructure as a Service with an…

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