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Google Compute Engine Gears Up to Take On AWS

Search engine juggernaut Google is taking the beta label off its Compute Engine cloud infrastructure services, taking on Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Windows Azure, IBM SoftLayer, and other public ...Full Article

ScaleXtreme Reins in Clouds with Orchestration

Cloud management software provider ScaleXtreme is puffing up its third major release of its cloud management tools, adding a workflow and orchestration engine that can reach up into the ...Full Article

Amazon Web Services Outgrows And Dwarfs Cloud Rivals

Amazon Web Services had first-mover advantage when it launched its EC2 compute cloud back in March 2006, and that was by no means a guarantee of success. But incumbent ...Full Article

Amazon CTO Vogels Outlines Cloud Trends for 2014

With 2013 racing to an end, it’s the time of year when industry visionaries start to reflect on the road that was, and what may come. Among the reflections ...Full Article

Fat and Fast C3 Server Slices Unveiled for AWS Cloud

Rackspace Hosting just announced its own high-performance, flash-based server instances on its public cloud, and Amazon Web Services has answered with EC2 compute cloud instances that have the latest ...Full Article

Amazon SVP Says Outlook for Enterprise Datacenters Is Cloudy

Amazon Web Services doesn't see the world the same way that most system makers do, Andy Jassy, senior vice president of the cloud computing arm of the retailing giant, ...Full Article

Rackspace Profits Squeezed by Cloud Competition

Number two has to try harder, and it is not easy being the second-largest public cloud operator behind Amazon Web Services. This is why Rackspace Hosting continues to innovate ...Full Article

Rackspace Jacks Up Memory, Adds SSDs on Public Cloud

If you want to charge a premium price for a product, you have to offer a premium service. Rather than get into a price war with Amazon Web Services, ...Full Article

IBM Says Uncle to AWS on $600 Million CIA Cloud

After nine months of disputing that Amazon Web Services should not have been awarded a massive contract to build a private cloud for the US government's Central Intelligence Agency, ...Full Article

Baylor’s HGSC, DNAnexus Collaborate for Large-Scale Genome Analysis

The Human Genome Sequencing Center (HGSC) at Baylor College of Medicine and DNAnexus are coming together to analyze genomic data on a large scale. In doing so, Baylor has ...Full Article
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