Red Hat is looking to attract more startup companies to its roster of customers for its cloud offerings. The open source-focused vendor unveiled the Red Hat OpenShift Startup Program this week.
Microsoft is upping the ante in cloud storage, but only for a select group (granted, a rather large group) of customers. Microsoft has taken off the 1TB cap of OneDrive cloud storage available to its Office 365 customers, which now have unlimited cloud storage on both the vendor's consumer and commercial flavors of the cloud storage-as-a-service offering.
In one fell swoop this week EMC transformed into a force to be reckoned with in the cloud management space with the launch of new hybrid cloud services and the acquisition of three separate companies.Content Classification: Curated
DreamHost's DreamCompute infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offering has exited private beta, and now the company is aiming to attract customers with its Amazon EC2 competitor.
Microsoft (MSFT) officially earned the No. 2 spot behind Amazon Web Services (AWS) in the infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) market earlier this year, and according to the latest quarterly IaaS report from Synergy Research Group, the Redmond company is now showing the strongest year-to-year revenue growth in the biz.