An open-source Web-based operating system called eyeOS is getting a big boost from IBM. The computer giant has begun selling high-end mainframe servers with eyeOS pre-installed, hoping the operating system will entice customers who are hesitant about using cloud computing. … [Read more...] about IBM Backs an OS for the ‘Private Cloud’
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Now that the concept of cloud computing has become tech the topic du jour, the latest round of debate has centered on whether cloud computing can be extended into the enterprise in the form of private clouds to meet the unique requirements of individual organizations.Cloud … [Read more...] about ANALYSIS Do Private Clouds Make Sense?
Platform Computing last week released Platform ISF 2.1, which improves ease of use and automation for building and managing enterprise private clouds.Platform's cloud management software helps enterprises transition from internal IT to more productive and efficient private cloud … [Read more...] about Have It Your Way: Building a Cloud With Platform ISF 2.1
The popularity of cloud concepts and the expected benefits from cloud computing have certainly raised expectations. Forrester now predicts that cloud spending will grow from US$40 billion to $241 billion in the global IT market over the next 10 years, and yet, there's still a lot … [Read more...] about PODCAST Mythbusting the Private Cloud
IBM on Wednesday announced IBM Cloud Private, a software platform that allows enterprise customers to run applications and store critical data in an on-premises, private cloud environment.The new service employs a Kubernetes-based container architecture that supports both Docker … [Read more...] about IBM Launches Private Cloud to Ease Public Cloud Transition