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GE preps industrial-strength cloud of its own

It’s no secret that General Electric has glommed onto the concept of the Internet of industrial things big time. Or that it has lots of experience in big, industrial “things.” Or that it wants to be a bigger player in information technology. 740 more words


Sage’s Everest: Building Mind and Market Share With A New Generation of SMBs

At last week’s Sage Summit, one of the featured speakers was renowned British explorer, entrepreneur and adventurer Justin Packshaw. Among other achievements, Packshaw spoke about the challenges he and his team of 10 climbers faced to successfully reach—and then descend—the peak of Mount Everest, the highest mountain on the planet. 1,387 more words


HP buys Stackato to beef up cloud development

Hewlett-Packard is buying Stackato, the platform-as-a-service product from partner ActiveState.

The news is not surprising in that HP and ActiveState have been partners for three years, 278 more words


Apprenda nets $24 million to expand enterprise application push

Apprenda has $24 million in fresh funding to keep pushing its software development platform to big companies. Apprenda’s offering, dubbed a Platform as a Service… 264 more words


Rescale Lands $6.4M From Who's Who of Investors

Rescale, a company that has developed a Platform as a Service for high-end computer simulations, announced a $6.4 million investment from some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley investing circles. 487 more words


What is the relationship between Cloud Computing and SOA?

According to the publication from Mitre, Cloud Computing and Service Orientated Architecture (SOA), cloud computing has many services that can be viewed as a stack of service categories. 471 more words

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ActiveState Partners With Microsoft To Render Stackato PaaS Available On Azure

On Tuesday, ActiveState announced a partnership with Microsoft Azure that renders the Stackato Platform as a Service available on Azure. Built on Cloud Foundry, Stackato PaaS supports Docker and integrates with a multitude of third party products such as New Relic, Splunk and various database platforms. 281 more words