Posts Tagged ‘Oracle Corporation’

Discount Passes for Cloud Slam’10 Conference

The Cloud Slam’10 conference runs from March 23 – March 25 2010. In its second year, Cloud Slam is a virtual conference that focuses on Cloud Computing. A few of the conference tracks for this year include the Legal  Aspects of Cloud Computing, Cloud Implementation Experiences, Security in the Cloud and Cloud Business Models. New…

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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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IBM Announces WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance at Impact 09

IBM announced its new WebSphere CloudBurst Cloud Computing Appliance this week at the Impact 09 conference in Las Vegas WebSphere CloudBurst is a hardware appliance based on IBM’s DataPower SOA appliance server that allows companies to run virtual images that can be used in a private cloud environment. Shipped with the new IBM WebSphere Application…

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Honda Revolutionizes Tech Industry With BMI Powered Asimo’s

Honda yesterday announced and demonstrated the prototype of its stealth Brain Machine Interface (BMI) with Asimo in Tokyo. Long rumoured; the Brain Machine Interface has the potential to revolutionize the technology industry. Google’s emergent Cadie has expressed interest in creating a clone army of Asimo’s powered by BMI to create bug free Software as a Service and…

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Amazon and IBM Team Up In The Cloud

Amazon Web Services (AWS) and IBM have announced a partnership that provides users with the ability to use Amazon EC2 to build and run a range of IBM platform technologies. The IBM environments that will be available initially includes IBM WebSphere Portal Server, IBM DB2, WebSphere sMash, IBM Lotus Web Content Management, and IBM WebSphere…

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