Author


Avatar

Chris Talbot 1


Recent articles by Chris Talbot 1

1 2 3 65
Hosting has released new public and private cloud services offerings built on Microsoft Azure Pack

Hosting Builds Public, Private Clouds With Microsoft Azure Pack

Microsoft partner Hosting has taken the Azure Pack and build two cloud offerings based on it — one public and one private. It’s a good example of what some partners are doing to build their own IaaS offerings and tie them into the bigger cloud providers’ own services.

Google Local SSD was designed mainly for highly demanding applications that provide their own replication

Google Compute Engine Local SSD Exits Beta

Google Compute Engine’s Local SSD option is now generally available to the cloud provider’s customers and partners. It was designed mainly for highly demanding applications that provide their own replication.

Sirish Raghuram cofounder and CEO of Platform9

Platform9 Launches Managed OpenStack Private Cloud Solution

Platform9 is hoping to make it easier for organizations to adopt private cloud with the introduction of Platform9 Managed OpenStack, a product aimed at making it easy for organizations to launch a private cloud based on the popular open source cloud solution.

Dan Belcher product manager for Google Cloud Monitoring

Google Cloud Monitoring Goes Into Beta

Google has almost completely integrated its StackDriver acquisition from last spring into its offerings. The tech giant has released the beta version of Google Cloud Monitoring, which is based StackDriver technology.

Photo by Esparta Palma of Flickr Licensed under Creative Commons

IBM Opens First Cloud Data Center in Mexico

IBM has opened its first cloud data center in Mexico, providing data residency within the region and more redundancy in the Americas. The significance for IBM and its customers is in the providing of data resiliency within the region, as well as more redundancy in the Americas and the offering of the complete SoftLayer offering.

Google Cloud Trace is finally heading into its beta release

Google Cloud Trace Goes Into Beta

Google Cloud Trace has officially gone into beta. The tool was designed to enable users to better diagnose service performance bottlenecks.

1 2 3 65