Organizations across all industries are investing in cloud technologies for innovation, growth and efficiency. Many enterprises are integrating public cloud, private cloud and traditional IT platforms, thereby leveraging existing IT investments and are creating a hybrid cloud environment. Clients are using IBM cloud-ready systems to simplify the movement of data, applications and services across a hybrid […]
Can we consider cloud computing open source?
Our final #cloudchat of 2013 will take look back at the year in cloud computing and a look ahead to coming trends in 2014.
OpenStack has become increasingly important to enterprises of all sizes as its reach extends beyond Web 2.0/SaaS companies, such as Workday, Webex and PayPal. OpenStack is now a major element of both enterprise cloud computing and broader cloud initiatives, such as the new IBM Federal Cloud Innovation Center in Washington, DC.
With the OpenStack Summit in Hong Kong rapidly approaching, November 5-8, I was reflecting on what’s been accomplished and where we are going.
With the release of OpenStack Havana, it seems appropriate to spend some time looking at the aims of the OpenStack community.
Celebrating OpenStack’s most significant release to date: Havana.
IBM is working to make OSGi a core part of cloud.
As governments continue to embrace public, private and hybrid clouds, the options continue to evolve.