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IBM Increases Data Storage Efficiency With SmartCloud Data Virtualization

Acquisitions, mergers, and partnerships are now vital part of the global cloud industry. Latest in this regard is the partnership between renowned IBM and Actifio, a small privately held software company. IBM, which was recognized for its late entry into the cloud segment, is now making continuous moves to gain advantage over its major rivals like Microsoft, Amazon, and Verizon. The company has recently ann ...

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Amazon Announces Two New M3 Instance Types and Price Reductions In S3 and EBS

To make itself competitive, Amazon Web Services announced two new sizes for EC2 M3 instance and cut rates for two existing cloud products. The new sizes for EC2 M3 instances are M3.medium and M3.large. On the other hand, Amazon S3 and Amazon EBS will now be offered at reduced prices. Amazon has agreeably been the largest cloud service provider till date with highest number of customers and users. However, i ...

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Corelynx’s Architecture Will Now Be Based On OpenStack

Corelynx Inc., the Indian based cloud solutions provider, is to join OpenStack and implement its open cloud architecture. This was officially announced by Manash Chaudhuri, Director and CEO of Corelynx. This event of enactment was already expected from the vendor, as most of the cloud service and solution providers are inclining towards OpenStack. Corelynx will completely base its architecture and serve acc ...

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Frost & Sullivan Categorizes Australian IaaS Vendors

Australia and New Zealand ICT practice squad seem much active these days. Following a significant report State of Cloud Computing New Zealand 2013, which was published just a week ago, the research and consultancy firm has now induced new insights to the cloud markets of Australia. In the recent claims, Frost & Sullivan correlated the popularity of cloud computing systems with the goods of Infrastructur ...

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The First Look To Google Compute Engine (GCE)

It has just been confirmed that Google is at last making its cloud infrastructure live. The service is named as Google Compute Engine (GCE) and has already been under consideration for over a year. The preview version of this infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) was already floating in the markets, since June 2012. However, the general availability was made active this morning. Google’s Cloud Platform Marketi ...

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IBM Inclines To Capture Indian Market For Its Cloud Services

A much-escalated competition can be seen in the cloud services industry these days. Followed by the controversy of Edward Snowden and German SAP AG being welcomed at Chinese markets, US based cloud providers are sniffing around to sustain their impact. International Business Machines (IBM) also called as the Big Blue has taken a step further in this regard. The company is looking to offer its technology ser ...

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AWS Announces New Updates and Features At Re:Invent 2013

In the race of fastest growing Cloud services and solutions, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been able to list itself among the market leaders. AWS introduced a number of new products and solutions in its Re: Invent Conference, earlier this month. This display of services portrayed how much dedicated Amazon is to its cloud management subsidiary. Over 9000 developers attended the conference, which is a matter ...

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Revival Of IBM Cloud

The IBM Corporation, world’s largest computer services provider is undergoing a flick of hard times. As depicted by the income statements of last quarter (Sep-2013), company has experienced the overall revenue, 5 per cent lower than the previous quarter. This might be a tormenting wave for IBM. There could be certain influencing factors for such a sales and financial outcome. Of course, that has not resulte ...

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OpenStack Updates Cloud Networking With Havana

IT professionals who work with public or private cloud may need to refresh themselves as OpenStack recently released Havana. The new release is getting fast attention of service providers, businesses and institutions. Havana was announced on Thursday and it is the eighth major release from OpenStack and may work great for the OpenStack initiative. The open source cloud architecture of OpenStack has been adv ...

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OpenStack Is Now A Part Of Oracle

Open source cloud technology called OpenStack has been plugged into Oracle. The new public cloud service will be released in the market soon, packed with advanced technology and improvements. The OpenStack addition was announced at Oracle OpenWorld conference on Tuesday. OpenStack has recently received a lot of code contributions from various companies including Red Hat, NASA, HP and Rackspace. It is one of ...

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