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Microsoft intros System Center 2012, names Windows Server 8

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Microsoft at its Management Summit in Las Vegas on Tuesday introduced the latest version of its system management environment, System Center 2012. Microsoft Corporate VP Brad Anderson said the new software would let system administrators launch a private cloud infrastructure in about 30 seconds. It will offer two console views:...
Microsoft intros System Center 2012, names Windows Server 8

VMWare Buys Log Insight From Pattern Insight, Moves Further Into Cloud Infrastructure Management

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In the space of a little over a month, VMWare is making yet another acquisition to strengthen its position in cloud management: it is buying cloud log analytics platform Log Insight from its current owner Pattern Insight, the data management and search platform company. Financial terms of the deal were...
VMWare Buys Log Insight From Pattern Insight, Moves Further Into Cloud Infrastructure Management
Dell bounces back from buyout bust with a purchase of its own

Riverbed upgrades 'edge virtual server infrastructure'

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Riverbed today announced the release of updates to its Steelhead network performance products as well as its Granite product line, which is based on the edge virtual server infrastructure approach that Riverbed is pushing. Whereas the former aims to boost network performance for the customers that are concerned about application...
Riverbed upgrades 'edge virtual server infrastructure'
Mellanox devises modular-switching software to sell more rack switches

VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger to speak at Structure 2013

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As the nature of corporate computing shifts from the client-server model of the last two decades into a highly virtualized cloud environment accessible from any device, the style of infrastructure, management and even software has changed. Understanding this change and what it means for all of the players in the...
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger to speak at Structure 2013

Why building SaaS well means giving up your servers

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(L to R) Byron Sebastian, GM Heroku and SVP, Platforms, Salesforce.com Adam Bosworth, CTO Keas(c)2012 Pinar Ozger pinar@pinarozger.comKeas co-founder and former Google VP of product management Adam Bosworth knows a thing or two about building software-as-a-service applications, and he’s convinced that anyone not doing so atop a platform-as-a-service framework either...
Why building SaaS well means giving up your servers

ScienceLogic nabs $15M from Intel Capital to grow its cloud-based enterprise services

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ScienceLogic, an IT cloud services startup, has raised a new $15 million round of funding, the company announced today. The startup provides a set of services that are intended to work across a variety of data center and cloud environments, regardless of how old a company’s current systems are....
ScienceLogic nabs $15M from Intel Capital to grow its cloud-based enterprise services

A Look at DeltaCloud: The Multi-Cloud API

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Amazon Web Services, OpenStack, CloudStack, VMware... Developers have no shortage of IaaS offerings to support. And, lucky them, no shortage of different APIs to deal with, either. DeltaCloud, a top-level Apache project, is designed to help developers cut through the complexity and work with everything from EC2 to Red Hat...
A Look at DeltaCloud: The Multi-Cloud API

New SAP Software Gives Customers '360-degree' Insight Into IT Environments

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SAP customers now have an additional tool to manage their technology landscapes in the form of SAP IT Infrastructure Management, which was announced as generally......
New SAP Software Gives Customers '360-degree' Insight Into IT Environments
Meet our six Structure 2013 finalists

Five Things You Need to Know About Smart Cities

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IT applications such as smartphone apps and cloud-based infrastructure management can be powerful tools for improving the quality of life in urban settings...
Five Things You Need to Know About Smart Cities
Upstart Server Density sets sights on RightScale with new cloud management goodies

Stripe Partners With Parse To Integrate Mobile Payments For App Developers

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Payments startup Stripe is announcing a new partnership with mobile app development platform Parse. The company is also revealing that its payments platform is being used by Lyft, Exec, SideCar, OrderAhead, Sesame and Postmates to enable payments in their mobile applications. In 2011, Stripe launched its developer-friendly online payments system...
Stripe Partners With Parse To Integrate Mobile Payments For App Developers

SevOne To Go For IPO, Raises $150 Million From Bain Capital To Expand P2P IT Monitoring

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SevOne, an IT management company that uses peer-to-peer (P2P) technology to manage all elements of a customer’s IT infrastructure, has raised $150 million from Bain Capital to scale out its IT management offering and issue an IPO. CEO Mike Phelan said the goal for the six-year-old company is to grow...
SevOne To Go For IPO, Raises $150 Million From Bain Capital To Expand P2P IT Monitoring

Last week on Pro: disrupting the university and energy efficient data centers

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It was a big week for Google and Tesla, as new information about Google Glass stirred up fresh buzz for the device, and the electric vehicle company recovered from its New York Times snafu and projected it would become profitable next quarter. Meanwhile, on GigaOM Pro, our analysts gave their...
Last week on Pro: disrupting the university and energy efficient data centers
OpenNebula offers to speed up community feature development for cash

Cloud 'Recovery' or Just The Same Old Thing?

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Cloud computing means many things, but almost all definitions include some key value propositions: scalable on-demand resources, a metered pay-per-use model, access over the Internet, and infrastructure management and optimization that is better than most data centers. At a more conceptual level, cloud computing abstracts away all the undifferentiated IT...
Cloud 'Recovery' or Just The Same Old Thing?

On a mission to 'simplify IT infrastructure', SimpliVity lands $25m from KPCB, Accel and CRV

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SimpliVity, a Westborough, Massachusetts-based technology startup, has secured $25 million in Series B funding from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), with prior backers Accel Partners and Charles River Ventures participating in the round. SimpliVity was established in late 2009, its ambitious mission to simplify IT infrastructure management, and investors...
On a mission to 'simplify IT infrastructure', SimpliVity lands $25m from KPCB, Accel and CRV

OpenNebula open-sources service management layer with enterprise in mind

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OpenNebula, the European answer to the likes of Eucalyptus and OpenStack that counts CERN and China Mobile among its customers, is moving to differentiate itself from competitors by freely releasing OpenNebulaApps, a suite of cloud application management tools that sit on top of its traditional infrastructure management toolkit. The OpenNebulaApps...
OpenNebula open-sources service management layer with enterprise in mind

Sponsor post: Get ready to rule the cloud!

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Attend Opscode’s inaugural user conference #ChefConf 2012 to acquire the tools necessary for automating cloud infrastructure through a wide range of insightful demos, workshops and keynotes. Featured speakers from companies such as Fidelity, Ancestry.com, HP Cloud, Rackspace and more will present the future of cloud infrastructure automation. At #ChefCon 2012,...
Sponsor post: Get ready to rule the cloud!
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