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By Ben Kepes on September 28, 2012
CloudSigma is taking an interesting approach to IaaS but one which I suspect will have limited real world appeal going forwards.
Posted in Infrastructure | Tagged Application programming interface, Bechtel, Central processing unit, Chief technology officer, Christian Reilly, cloud computing, CloudSigma, Random-access memory | 2 Responses
By Paul Miller on August 20, 2012
In the competitive world of cloud-based computing infrastructure, Amazon remains top dog. It’s highly visible, its footprint is almost global, it incrementally adds features or cuts prices to keep competitors on their toes, and it generally manages to meet most people’s needs, most of the time. It may not always offer the lowest prices, or […]
Posted in Featured Posts, Infrastructure, Platforms | Tagged Amazon Web Services, aws, cloud computing, CloudSigma, digitalocean, Enterprise Computing, financial times, iaas, Infrastructure as a service, pando daily, rackspace, trevor gilbert | 1 Response