The Open Data Center Alliance has released the results of its second annual member survey.
Recent surveys show that most people are woefully unfamiliar with cloud technologies.
A new report released by a data center management organization indicates that mainframes are set to go the way of the dinosaur, in part due to cloud computing. However, some question whether or not this point is valid in their preduictions for the mainframe’s cloudy future.
At this year’s annual Supercomputing Conference held in New Orleans, Platform Computing conducted a survey of 100 IT professionals in academia, government and industry about their experimentation with cloud computing models. Randy Clark from Platform provides some insights into the findings, which do show overall satisfaction with clouds for HPC among those who have some experiences.
A survey-based report from The Linux Foundation and Yeoman Technology Group that was released looked at the growth of Linux in the large-scale enterprise space. It also shed some light on possible trends related to the role of cloud computing–and the role of Linux as an OS in a virtualized environment.
A recent Platform Computing survey gladdens the hearts of cloud computing proponents.
CIO surveyed IT and business leaders to get first-hand feedback on what enterprises really think about cloud computing, and how, when and why they plan to deploy it in their enterprises.