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By Adron Hall on January 9, 2013
Today Microsoft released, with partnerships with a number of companies including Basho, Hupstream and Bitnami, the VM Depot. I’ve always followed Bitnami, so it’s really cool to see their VM releases for Jenkins (CI Build Server), WordPress, Ruby 1.9.3 stack, Node.js and about everything you can imagine out their along side our Basho Riak CentOS image. [...]
By Ben Kepes on January 9, 2013
I don’t preach an “all or nothing” cloud approach. Cloud is a sliding wedge and existing organizations should look at taking baby steps and slowly increase the breadth and depth of their cloud usage.
By Jason M. Lemkin on January 9, 2013
One of the tough things in SaaS, a downside of the fact that it compounds, is that you’re always running on the Habitral. That makes it really hard to see your moments of success, and perhaps even more importantly — really hard to see and internalize and process pre-success. So I’d like to highlight a few [...]
By Ofir Nachmani on January 9, 2013
HP stands still, not taking the initiatives and real risks expected of a true industry leader. At the Discover conference, I learned why some companies don’t last and why this IT giant is at risk of losing in this new era IT battle.
Posted in Analysis, Enterprise, Featured Posts, Infrastructure, Marketing, Strategy | Tagged amazon, Amazon Web Services, aws, HP Cloud Service, HP Discover, jeff bezos, openstack, php cloud, sla | 7 Responses