Enterprise Cloud News

Informatica Cloud Adds Data Masking, Workflow; Acquires Active Endpoints

Informatica Cloud’s latest update adds data masking and workflow, and sports a new level of  data quality and MDM support.  Informatica also signaled more cloud-friendly process integration is in store, as the firm acquired Active Endpoints, creator of Cloud Extend for Salesforce.com. IDN speaks with Information Cloud vice president Darren Cunningham.

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Eucalyptus 3.2 Sports Features, Best Practices To Improve Cloud Self-Service, Management

Eucalyptus Systems is speeding up enterprise-caliber cloud projects with new automation, orchestration, management and security features for its open source private and hybrid cloud technology. Eucalyptus 3.2 also helps IT implement a growing list of proven cloud best practices. IDN speaks with Eucalyptus vice president of products Andy Knosp. 

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WSO2 Re-Architects Stratos 2.0 To Eliminate Cloud, PaaS Trade-Offs; Opens Beta

WSO2 has updated and re-architected its WSO2 Stratus 2.0 open PaaS (Platform as a Service), and launched its beta program. WSO2’s Stratos 2.0 PaaS offers innovative technology that aims to eliminate the trade-off many cloud adopters face between using their favorite dev tools or middleware and the ability to exploit the multi-tenancy of a native cloud environment.

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GreenBytes To Rollout Cloud-Enabled Virtual Desktop Appliance To Speed Performance

To meet the growing need to scale virtual desktops, GreenBytes is getting ready to ship a virtual appliance version of its IO Offload Engine.  The new vIO aims to make it easier for internal IT and service providers to expand virtual desktop deployments as business needs requires. The solution works with new and existing virtual desktop infrastructures and is cloud-enabled.

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Cloudify, Chef Team On New Open Source Recipe for Migrating Apps to the Cloud

GigaSpaces Technologies, a provider of application virtualization platforms, is partnering with OpsCode on an open source solution to help enterprises more easily move their legacy and on-premise applications to the cloud. GigaSpace’s Cloudify open PaaS stack enables easy on-boarding of business-critical apps to any cloud. OpsCode’s Chef  is an open-source systems integration framework for automating the cloud.

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Hanu Software Launches Free Cloud Application Assessment Online Portal

Still confused about how, when or even whether to run your existing or new application in the cloud? Experts at Hanu Software say they can help in less than 10 minutes, thanks to their new Cloud Application Assessment Portal. The questionnaire-based assessment guide is a free service to help enterprises, SMBs and ISVs get answers on how their project can use public, private or hybrid clouds.

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Appcara’s AppStack 3 Streamlines Cloud Deployments for Legacy, New Apps

Cloud application platform vendor Appcara is shipping an update to its AppStack application and portability platform. AppStack Release 3 adds features to help enterprises more quickly migrate legacy apps and deploy new ones to the cloud. It also supports service providers.

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OASIS CAMP Aims To Set Specs for Interoperable, Portable PaaS, Clouds

OASIS is taking steps to create a new cloud standard to let users and providers easily deploy and manage applications – even across clouds from multiple vendors. OASIS’ Cloud Application Management for Platforms (CAMP) aims to set the stage for interoperable, portable PaaS and is backed by Oracle, Red Hat, Rackspace, Cloudsoft, Huawei, CloudBees, and Software AG.

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ApicaLoadTest.com Provides Cloud-Based On-Demand Load Testing

Apica has launched a new SaaS-based load testing portal to meet the needs of developers and businesses that want to test applications but don’t have their own platforms or networks to do so. ApicaLoadTest.com can initiate on-demand cloud, mobile, and enterprise load tests for up to two million concurrent users.

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Cloud, Hosted Desktop Virtualization Set for Big Time Adoption in 2013

As SaaS (software as a service) successes continue to show how easy it is to deploy and deliver apps from the cloud, CIOs are looking to desktop virtualization projects. In this article, an exec from dinCloud describes what’s driving interest in hosted, cloud-based desktops and how they work. These solutions can provide users access to even complex workloads at low cost, with low maintenance and even encourage collaboration across multiple departments.

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AppFog Looks To Promote PaaS-Based Private Clouds, Adds Redis and RabbitMQ Support

To promote private cloud adoption, public platform-as-a-service (PaaS) provider AppFog will license its PaaS technology for use in on-premise private clouds   Under AppFog’s Private Cloud Beta Program, the company will offer its PaaS technologies to users of OpenStack, CloudFoundry, Eucalyptus and other cloud options. 

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Moab Update Adds Automation, Visibility to Speed Private, Hybrid Cloud Deployments

Adaptive Computing has rolled out Moab Cloud Suite 7.2 to help organizations more rapidly and easily deploy enterprise-class private clouds. The latest update includes out-of-the-box integration with existing infrastructure, new dashboards and even cloud project budgeting features.

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