Cloud Computing

Cloud computing news, analysis, research, how-to, opinion, and video.

ww blogimage microsofttoaws
patches man laptop computer headache frustration

adminx team folders

Dropbox levels up its features for administrators

The updates include new sharing controls, admin panels, and more

shrugging man woman argument decision problem issue disagree fight

Java EE advocates to Oracle: Give us details, not promises

Oracle says Java EE 8 will be equipped for cloud deployments, microservices, containers, and multitenancy, but Java advocates want to see the fine print

Linaro's Developer Cloud logo

Cloud service gives access to an ARM server running Linux OS

The Linaro Developer Cloud has gone live, and users can apply to test an ARM-based server with Linux

eagle soar bird fly flight sky

First look: Google Cloud Machine Learning soars

Four, rich, pretrained machine learning APIs bring the smarts behind Google to your apps

managed security service providers

StackPath offers security as a service to enterprise clouds

Whether their cloud is powered by Amazon, Google, Microsoft, or IBM, developers need security tools. StackPath is poised to bring them to the enterprise

business team meeting discussion working concept cloud table hands

Customer service: The next challenge for cloud providers

Customer service is still a new concept for many cloud providers, but you can make sure you get what you need by communicating clearly

shipping container hanging air lift

OpenStack's future: Docker workloads on Kubernetes

OpenStack is set to become a Docker-ized app that runs on Kubernetes and help Google's plans for an open source hybrid cloud

iot

How not to choose an IoT platform

Would you commit to a platform for internet applications? Then why would you do so for IoT applications?

nothing to fear thinkstock

Your fear of open source lock-in is ridiculous

Lock-in is the nature of software, and open source is just software

group of diverse people in shadow against red/yellow sky with dramatic shadow

CIOs: Shadow IT is actually great for your cloud strategy

The three reasons that departments' own adoption of cloud technologies benefits CIOs' goals

Google data center

Google launches new cloud service for understanding human language

The tech behind Parsey McParseface is now available to help developers create apps, like intelligent assistants and chat bots, that understand human language

Oracel to reboot Java EE 8 for the clouds

Exclusive: Oracle to reboot Java EE for the cloud

In an InfoWorld interview, Oracle lifts the lid on its plan to modernize enterprise Java amid criticisms of inactivity

snowflake

Snowflake builds a bigger, simpler data warehouse

Snowflake's mission: Add new, powerful enterprise features to a cloud-native data warehouse system without forcing the customer to turn knobs for the best performance

linux chat

Skype sets a course for the cloud, ditching some apps on the way

The messaging service is moving to a new architecture and leaving some systems behind

160330 microsoft nadella 7

Microsoft's Azure cloud revenue doubles, but phone sales plummet

Microsoft's cloud push continues to pay off for the company, which reported on Tuesday that its Azure cloud revenue for the second calendar quarter of 2016 had more than doubled compared to the same period in 2015.

ibm logo

IBM grows in cloud and data analytics but overall revenue slides

Growth in some of its strategic initiatives suggest the company’s acquisitions are beginning to pay off and IBM may be on track in its transition plans

question marks pavement

Is your workload cloud-ready? Ask these 3 questions

Most application workloads need modification to move to a public cloud, but some are ready to be moved as is

microsoft stream signup

Microsoft's new service is like YouTube for the enterprise

Stream is designed to let users securely and easily upload and share video within a company

Load More