Online giant Amazon said Thursday profit in the second quarter surged ninefold as cloud computing and other services helped produce a fifth …
Salesforce.org, the philanthropic arm of the cloud computing company will power the new initiative through Sales Cloud and Community Cloud, …
Pitcher was named one of the leading companies in cloud computing, specifically receiving recognition in the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) – Small …
Oracle has entered into an agreement to buy NetSuite, which provides cloud-based accounting, enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management, and other business software packages, for US$ 9.3 billion.
The NetSuite package of products is complementary to Oracle’s cloud products and the companies’ cloud packages will “coexist in the marketplace forever,” Mark Hurd, Oracle’s CEO, said in a press release.
The deal will allow Oracle to serve a broader range of customers, including smaller businesses, and expand to more industries and more countries, the company said. Asked what additional advantages the deal brings, and Oracle spokeswoman said, “We are declining additional comment today.”
If you want to play with an ARM-based server, you can now apply to gain access to one online through the Linaro Developer Cloud.
The cloud service was announced in March but has finally gone live. It’s mainly targeted at developers who want to evaluate ARM servers.
The free service is one way to access ARM servers, which aren’t widely available. Applications go through an approval process, and only those serious about programming for ARM servers will likely be approved.
Onboarding is Top Technology Priority; 35% of Organizations Expect Technology Spending to Increase
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Showcasing Relus Cloud Accelerator Program (RCAP), Relus Cloud Peeps, and Relus Cloud Factory
(PRWeb July 25, 2016)
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… cloud services generated $ 12.1-billion (about R173-billion) in the last quarter marked the end of the beginning of the cloud computing revolution.