Mark Thiele’s article “There’s no need to be a one-cloud company” [http://gigaom.com/cloud/theres-no-need-to-be-a-one-cloud-company/] in GigaOM last week nicely highlighted a question we often hear from our customers: “Do I need more than one cloud?” To
Once upon a time … There was a little startup. The startup had only about 10 employees and they all sat together in a local incubator. The incubator was kind enough to provide some hosting credits from some friendly cloud vendors,
Early adopters of virtualization and the Cloud will remember just how [http://loadstorm.com/2008/oh-my-nearly-20-it-leaders-think-cloud-computing-fad] skeptical [http://www.forbes.com/2008/10/10/ellison-cloud-computing-tech-enter-cx_wt_1010oracle.html] folks [http://www.tech-faq.com/why-cloud-computing-may-be-just-a-fad.html] were until recently. There are
A new Facebook data center [https://www.facebook.com/blog.php?post=262655797130] was recently unveiled in Pineville, OR [http://goo.gl/7gaqM] amid a whirlwind of tree-hugging PR and controversy about coal [http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/04/
The Cloud is down this morning and it’s all over the news. Amazon is having problems in one of their regions and of course it’s the most popular one, US-East in Virginia. Inevitably pundits all over the web
How to deal with the constantly shifting fingerprints when you’re using instances.