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Is BSM Ready For The Cloud?

Business service management (BSM) is a requirement for businesses taking to the cloud, but the offerings from management providers are at differing stages of maturity. Read More

HPC Customers Get a Cloud Computing Option

Six months after launching its Penguin on Demand (POD) cloud computing service, high-performance Linux cluster provider Penguin Computing said up to 200 of its 2,000-strong customer base are using its on-demand offering. Read More

Cloud Monitoring Services: A Resource Guide

The cloud computing market has spawned an ecosystem of third-party tools that monitor the performance of your hosted apps, or keep a watch over public clouds. Here’s our guide to cloud monitoring companies, with a brief description of what each service offers. Read More

Savvis Ready to Build, and May Go Shopping

Savvis (SVVS) is in building mode, and may be going shopping as well. The managed hosting provider plans to build additional data center space in the northern Virginia and London markets, in addition to the expansion announced today in Chicago. Read More

WAN Optimization Outlook

The WAN Optimization market has been hot lately, as corporate networks support more dispersed audiences and cloud computing applications proliferate. Here’s a look at major players and recent headlines. Read More

Manos Goes Mobile, Takes Post at Nokia

Mike Manos, who announced his resignation from Digital Realty Trust on Friday, is taking a new position as Nokia’s Vice President of Service Operations, overseeing infrastructure for Nokia’s new cloud and mobile services platforms. Read More

FTC Debates Clouds, Consumers and Privacy

Consumer data stored by cloud computing services should be regulated through a mix of government policies, consumer responsibility, and openness by the cloud providers, according to panelists at a privacy roundtable hosted by the Federal Trade Commission. Read More

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