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CSC Expands Presence in CoreSite Data Centers

Managed hosting provider CSC has launched a 1.5 megawatt expansion at CoreSite’s Boston and Northern Virginia data centers to deploy its Trusted Cloud Servces for a major global financial services client, the companies said today Read More

The Bottom-Up Nature of Cloud Adoption

Geva Perry

If you want to learn about a company’s adoption of cloud computing, don’t ask the CIO. He might be the last to know, according to Geva Perry, an industry veteran and author of Thinking Out Cloud,during his keynoter this week at the Cloud Connect conference. Read More

The Accidental Healthcare Cloud

Bll Gilless, Beth Israel Deaconness

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center didn’t set out to build a healthcare cloud. When the Boston hospital adopted electronic health records (EHR) in 2007, it needed to find a way to include its physicians in the effort. Read More

Scenes from Cloud Connect

The Cloud Connect conference this week in Santa Clara, Calif. brought together an estimated 3,500 cloud technologists for four days of seminars, presentations and panels that examined virtually all aspects of cloud computing. Check out highlights of Tuesday’s activity in our photo feature. Read More

Rackspace Cloud Runs on 20 Megawatts of Power

powertower

Rackspace (RAX) uses 20.9 megawatts of power more than 79,000 servers in its data centers, The company said that it will now track the performance of its IT operations by megawatts of power used, rather than the square footage of technical space. Read More

Cloudscaling Unveils Open Cloud System

Promising to bring the benefits of Amazon Web Services to smaller public and private clouds, Cloudscaling today announced its Open Cloud System, an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solution based on the OpenStack open source project. Read More

Eucalyptus Launches Test Lab at CoreSite

Eucalyptus Systems has launched a new enterprise-class cloud test lab offering at CoreSite Realty’s Bay area data center campus to address the growing demand for cloud computing technologies, the companies said today. Read More

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