48 hours is worst case
Verizon’s enterprise cloud may go off line for 48 hours starting next Saturday at 1 a.m. EST for scheduled maintenance, notice of which…
Verizon keeps most of the site’s business — for now — with subcontracting help from Hewlett-Packard and Amazon Web Services, according to reports. But change is coming.
More granular cloud management features will make it easier for companies and service providers to set up group policies and lessen server sprawl in their environments, says Tier 3 CTO Jared Wray.
Racemi, which specializes in moving business workloads onto and between clouds, snagged $7 million in second-round funding led by Paladin Capital Group and Harbert Venture Partners. The money will fund the expansion of Racemi’s sales, service and engineering efforts.
Verizon announcing plans to buy Terremark for $1.4 billion is a big deal, but I don’t think Terremark will be the biggest winner as a result. Rather, I think Rackspace looks great as the company straddling the line between the MSP and cloud worlds.
Jim Ousley, CEO and Chairman of Savvis is having a great day. Yesterday Verizon agreed to buy a rival for $1.4 billion, and today he has joined a small group of companies that are suddenly sought after as acquisition targets. In response Savvis stock has traded up.
If the data center is the new computer, then the job of providing the de facto operating system of that new computer…