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Cloud Computing Brokers: A Resource Guide

Is a “cloud broker” what your company needs to navigate the cloud computing opportunity? Here’s a guide to cloud brokers and open source cloud management projects tools, with a description of their offerings. Read More

Opscode Equips DevOps to Automate the Cloud

Seattle startup OpsCode says its community of developers is creating a pool of open source tools for developer operations (DevOps), a combination of a systems administrator and developer who can quickly configure and update dynamic data center environments. Read More

Can NewScale Make IT Service Catalogs Sexy?

NewScale has extended its IT service catalog offering to make ordering, provisioning and tracking of buying IT services as sexy as using Apple’s AppStore, or Its latest update offers management tools that workacross cloud, virtual and physical compute environments. Read More

Daniel Golding Joins DH Capital

Daniel Golding, who has tracked the data center and hosting sector for Tier 1 Research, has joined DH Capital as a Managing Director. DHh Capital is an investment banking firm specializing in the hosting and telecom sector. Read More

Could A Cloud Computing Exchange Work?

Cloud technologists are intrigued by the potential applications for commodity-style trading of compute capacity, and have begun discussing how such an exchange might work. Key ingredients: the right framework and a trusted market maker. Read More

Roundup: Michigan, Massachusetts, Juniper

A look at government-backed data center projects: Michigan seeks feedback on plan for 100,000 square foot data center, while Massachusetts outlines details of $110 million state data center project in Chelsea. Read More

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