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Elastra Offers Trial Version of Enterprise Cloud Server for VMware vSphere 4

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Elastra Corporation, the leading provider of application infrastructure automation software, today announced the availability of a free trial version of Elastra Enterprise Cloud Server (ECS) for VMware vSphere 4 customers. In this offering, ECS lets customers compose, orchestrate and deploy application infrastructure to virtualization environments managed with VMware vSphere 4. ECS already supports private clouds […]

OpenFabrics Sonoma Workshop to Explore Application of Low-Latency I/O to Exascale, Virtualized and Cloud Solutions

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The OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA), an organization that develops, tests, licenses and distributes multi-platform, open-source software for high-performance computing, cloud and datacenter applications, today announced the addition of topics to the agenda for the 6th Annual International Sonoma Workshop that will help organizations address the growing competitive pressure to increase throughput and transaction capacity while improving […]

The Next Gen Desktop’s Cloudy Future

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Over the past few years, I have talked with several dozen Burton Group clients who are struggling with defining their next generation desktop and application delivery architecture. They often like the idea of the server-hosted virtual desktop, but not the cost. In addition, many of our clients are increasingly looking at cloud-based application delivery frameworks […]

CloudSwitch Opens Beta Program To Drive Enterprise Cloud Exploration

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Free Version of Innovative Software Appliance Moves VMware-based Applications to the Amazon EC2 Cloud CloudSwitch, Inc. today announced that it has launched its beta program for CloudSwitch Explorer. For the first time, enterprises can move existing, multi-tiered applications to the Amazon EC2 cloud with point-and-click simplicity and no modifications. CloudSwitch’s innovative software bridges the enterprise […]

Double-Take Puts Disaster Recovery in Amazon’s Cloud

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Double-Take Software is teaming up with Amazon to deliver a cloud-based backup service for small and medium-sized businesses. Launched on Monday, the Double-Take Cloud software backs up servers to Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) service for disaster-recovery purposes. It provides a real-time copy of a workload image that trickles updates continuously to storage owned by the […]

Double-Take Software Launches Double-Take Cloud, an Affordable Cloud-based Disaster Recovery Offering Using Amazon Web Services

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Threats to the availability of critical IT systems come in many shapes and sizes, and it is essential for companies of all sizes to prepare for any situation. Double-Take® Software (NASDAQ: DBTK) has leveraged Amazon Web Services to create a real-time workload recovery platform, Double-Take® Cloud, which will protect businesses from disaster and keep companies […]

Where Are the Network Virtual Appliances? Hobbled By the Virtual Network, That’s Where…

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Allan Leinwand from GigaOm wrote a great article asking “Where are the network virtual appliances?” This was followed up by another excellent post by Rich Miller. Allan sets up the discussion describing how we’ve typically plumbed disparate physical appliances into our network infrastructure to provide discrete network and security capabilities such as load balancers, VPNs, […]

Cloud: Over Subscription vs. Over Capacity – Two Different Things

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There’s been a very interesting set of discussions lately regarding performance anomalies across Cloud infrastructure providers.  The most recent involves Amazon Web Services and RackSpace Cloud. Let’s focus on the former because it’s the one that has a good deal of analysis and data attached to it. Reuven Cohen’s post (Oversubscribing the Cloud) summarizing many […]

Amazon Cloud Accused of Network Slowdown

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Users cry latency spike Amazon’s sky-high EC2 service has experienced a significant increase in network latency in recent days, according to data from two separate companies running widely-used management tools in tandem with the service. Cloudkick – one of the many outfits that offer a service for overseeing the use of Amazon EC2 and other […]

How To: Citrix XenApp Fundamentals now in Amazon EC2 Cloud

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The Citrix C3 Lab with Amazon AWS now hosts XenApp Fundamentals on Windows 2003 Server with no installation required. The C3 Blueprint describes how to set up the environment so you can be testing or demoing apps delivered from the Cloud in minutes. XenApp Fundamentals is the new name for Access Essentials which is an […]

Open Source Meets Cloud Computing

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The U.S. government is increasingly using open source software in its IT infrastructure. Separately, the feds are adopting cloud computing. Those two trends are about to merge, putting federal IT pros on the forefront of what will likely become an industry-wide phenomenon. There’s no rule that says cloud computing environments must be based on open […]

uptime software says 2010 Is The Year of ‘Cloud Experimentation’

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Company Highlights Key Questions That IT Managers Should Ask When Evaluating Cloud Last year Cloud Computing captured the attention of decision makers and businesses. Facing pressures to provide better services while reducing costs, the market saw more and more companies begin to examine the value of moving to a Cloud model. Over the past 12 […]

2010 is the Year of the Federated Cloud

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In this first post of 2010, I’d like to look at one of the most important cloud issues that enterprises want to tackle: federation in the cloud — across clouds and between the cloud and the data center. Also known as hybrid clouds, the notion of federation has been around since cloud computing began, but […]

Cloud Ready For App Development In 2010

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Cloud computing offers a potentially higher speed development platform. It’s time to get started, say three Forrester Research analysts.   The cloud is an emerging platform that can ease the strain on application development, analysts at Forrester Research conclude in a report published Monday, "The Top Five Changes For Application Development In 2010."   Analysts […]

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