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At VMworld this week, VMware unveiled upcoming features for vCloud Air (formerly vCloud Hybrid Service), including a new cloud storage-as-a-service offering that will debut in beta during the third quarter of 2014....More
Amazon Web Services has enhanced and added new features around solid state drive (SSD) storage. The public cloud provider has boosted the performance of Provisioned IOPS (SSD) and General Purpose (SSD) EBS volumes....More
NetApp (NTAP) has announced new solutions for VMware's Virtual Volumes (VVols), OnCommand software with enhanced data protection and reporting capabilities and flash-optimized FlexPod with VMware Horizon View....More
Microsoft is making good on its promise to regularly be its "first and best customer" through the announcement that the Redmond-based tech vendor will soon shift most of its internal applications to its own Azure infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloud offering....More
It appears that Amazon Web Services' brick-and-mortar hangout for developers was a hit. Amazon announced that the AWS Pop-up Loft will be returning in the fall with a fine-tuned model the cloud vendor hopes will better serve the needs of developers....More
How well is Google Drive stacking up against its competitors in the cloud storage and file sync and share market? According to the cloud company, it is doing quite well, signing up more than 1,800 businesses every week for Google Drive....More