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Bernard Golden, "Cloud Guru", Joins ActiveState As VP of Strategy

ActiveState today announced that cloud computing luminary Bernard Golden has joined the ActiveState leadership team as Vice President of Strategy. Golden is a cloud computing thought leader known for his cloud computing blog for CIO.com that Sys-Con-Media recognized as one of the top 50 cloud computing blogs. 300 more words

Platform As A Service

Red Hat sticks with OpenShift PaaS with new online store

Folks hoping that Red Hat(s rhat) would give up the ghost and dump its own OpenShift Platform as a Service in favor of Pivotal-backed Cloud Foundry, are out of luck. 155 more words

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Semantics of PaaS

Crafting platform as a service offerings from existing software such as MongoDB, Cassandra, memcached, redis, mysqld, zookeeper, etc… typically requires you to think about that software in a different way than most implementations. 827 more words

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ActiveState Stackato 3.2 Delivers An Enterprise Hardened PaaS With Enhanced Security And Ease Of Management

This week, polyglot private PaaS vendor ActiveState announced the release of ActiveState Stackato 3.2, which features an array of enhancements that collectively focus on improving the security, scalability and ease of management of the platform. 335 more words

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Why your company shouldn't pass on PaaS to develop new apps

If you were to ask a C-level executive at any major enterprise to name three things they strive for, chances are a good number of them will cite greater productivity, faster time to market, and improved bottom lines. 547 more words


Cisco Goes After Cloud Services With $1 Billion Investment

Networking giant Cisco Systems today placed a big bet on the cloud computing services business, saying it will invest as much as $1 billion to build a “network of clouds” that it will call InterCloud. 680 more words


Maybe OpenStack has legs after all: Red Hat taps once-skeptical Gartner analyst to lead group

Alessandro Perilli, a high-profile Gartner(s it) analyst on data center strategies, is joining Red Hat(s rhat) to run its OpenStack-based hybrid cloud program. Normally such a move wouldn’t raise eyebrows, but this is an interesting hire for a few reasons. 149 more words

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