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Microsoft's Azure cloud launches a marketplace with a slew of new partners

SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft intends to go to market in the cloud business with pretty much everyone who’s everyone. Today at the Microsoft Cloud Briefing event, executives announced support for the hip CoreOS Linux operating system and Cloudera’s distribution of the Hadoop open-source software. 103 more words


Microsoft adds 'premium storage' and new G-series instances to its Azure cloud

SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft today announced at the Microsoft Cloud Briefing event the new memory-intensive “G-series” instances for its Azure public cloud, as well as new storage options with major performance gains over what was previously available. 361 more words


PLM vendors, large manufacturers and public cloud

Companies are moving to cloud these days. The question vendors and customers are asking today is how do we move to the cloud. I’ve been asking this question in my post few month ago – … 717 more words

Daily PLM Think Tank

Why HP's split could work wonders for its cloud campaign

HP’s recently announced breakup might not make the company a leader of the public-cloud market overnight. But a few HP watchers harbor cautious optimism about what could come of the move. 507 more words


How to go Private Cloud

วันก่อนผมได้มีโอกาสขึ้นเป็นวิทยากรเรื่อง Cloud Computing ในหัวข้อ Software As a Service ให้กับบริษัท ECS Holding (Thailand) พอบรรยายไปได้ครึ่งทางลองเปิดให้ทาง Partner ได้สอบถามคำถามที่สงสัย เพื่อเช็คว่าคนฟังพอมีความเข้าใจเกี่ยวกับเรื่องนี้อย่างไร

ก็เลยทราบว่าหลาย ๆ ท่านยังไม่เคลียร์นักระหว่าง Public Cloud กับ Private Cloud วันนี้ผมเลยอยากจะ Define เรื่องนี้ให้ทราบกันครับ 173 more words

IT Technology

Confused by cloud computing price comparisons? Here they are in one easy-peasy chart

Following the pricing moves of cloud providers is a bit like managing a fantasy football team; so many players with so many services, and so little time.  226 more words

Google's back with more cloud price cuts

Technology giant Google is at it again, slashing by 10 percent the prices of all sorts of services available from its public-cloud infrastructure, which companies can use to deploy applications. 242 more words