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Windows Azure Ready to Take on AWS

Apr 17, 2013 |

After a lengthy incubation phase, Microsoft is finally ready to release its IaaS product into the wild. AWS, look out.

HP Cloud Helps Build Dream Movies

May 21, 2012 |

During their decade-long partnership, HP has helped digital moviemakers at DreamWorks create such blockbuster animated features as Toy Story, Shrek and Kung Fu Panda.

Adaptive Computing Revs Up Moab

Mar 20, 2012 |

Adaptive Computing recently released a new version of Moab 7.0, both the HPC Suite (basic and enterprise editions) and also the Cloud Suite. While the workload management vendor has made important enhancements to its portfolio, what’s even more interesting is how these offerings fit into an increasingly cloud-based IT environment. This in-depth interview with Adaptive Computing CEO Robert Clyde and Chad Harrington, Adaptive’s vice president of marketing, shows how the company has leveraged its HPC roots to strengthen its cloud offerings.

Hybrid Cloud Ready for Takeoff in 2012

Jan 17, 2012 |

Hybrid cloud computing, which strategically combines the best of on-premise and hosted solutions, is not without challenges; however, when done right, it’s a compelling business model, one that maximizes the benefits of cloud while minimizing its risks. This piece looks at how the hybrid approach may be the key to unlocking cloud’s potential.

Eucalyptus Chief Talks Future After $20 Million Infusion

Jul 6, 2010 |

HPC in the Cloud talks at length with CEO of Eucalyptus Systems, Marten Mickos, about the company’s recent $20 million funding injection and what it means for the future of the open source and enterprise private cloud vendor. From vision to roadmap to HPC philosophy, Mickos shares his view of the past, present and future for the software firm.

Platform Launches Private and Hybrid Cloud Management Products for HPC

Nov 5, 2009 |

Platform Computing is continuing to evolve its cloud business. This week the company announced a private cloud product as well as a new “cloud bursting” feature, both based on its ISF management technology.