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BMC, SailPoint Team on Identity Management for Cloud, Virtual

BMC Software will use governance-driven identity management solutions from SailPoint Technologies for its Business Service Management (BSM) portfolio for managing physical, virtual and cloud data centers and infrastructures.

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Datapipe, LinkSource and Masergy Team Up to Secure Private Clouds

Datapipe, a provider of managed services and data center infrastructure for IT and cloud computing, MASERGY, a provider of secure virtualized network services to enterprises, and LinkSource Technologies, a provider of IT consulting services are teaming up to secure private clouds for global use.

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Nimsoft Provides Cloud, Virtualization Management to Service Providers, Users

Basefarm is using technologies from Nimsoft to manage the performance and ensure availability of its hosted infrastructure, services and applications. The Nimsoft Monitoring Solution (NMS) will also support Basefarm's launch of cloud-based services, including IaaS, PaaS and SaaS.

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Ping Identity Ships ‘Social’ Cloud Identity, SSO Tools

Ping Identity is shipping a new series of PingFederate OpenID Cloud Identity Connectors to allow enterprises to rely on cloud services providers and as well as social-networking sites for third-party user authentication. Ping’s offering works with Facebook, Google, AOL and Yahoo!

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CA Expands Automation, Management for Virtualization, Cloud

CA Technologies is shipping key products that aim to reduce risk, cost and uncertainty for virtualization and cloud-based solutions. The products come as a top research firm noted the growing importance of automation and management to virtualization and cloud solutions.

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2011 Sees Red Hat’s Push for Better Cloud Deployment, Management

As 2011 begins, Red Hat Inc. is mapping out details for how its acquisition of Makara will fuel the next generation of open source options for cloud computing.  Makera, a provider of deployment and management solutions for cloud-based apps, will simplify app deployment and management, according to Red Hat execs. 

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NATO, IBM Explore Private Cloud for Command & Control

NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, is working with IBM  on a private cloud project that will help meet 21st-century requirements for command and control, surveillance and just keeping the 28-member military alliance on the same page.  The project starts early in the New Year and follows President Obama’s ‘Cloud First” government IT mandate.

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Survey: Cloud Expansion Drives Need for Management in 2011

As 2011 begins, cloud computing is gathering momentum for mid-sized and large firms. A recent survey found 80% of organizations with at least 1,000 employees have a cloud service; and more than half report using at least six cloud services. 

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AppFirst Upgrades Cloud Management for Amazon, Rackspace, Others

AppFirst is set to release an upgrade to its SaaS-based cloud monitoring and management solution, offering users deeper integration with leading cloud providers – including Amazon, SoftLayer, GoGrid and Rackspace. The upgrade sports customizable dashboarding for real-time and customizable monitoring, management and views.  

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Quest Updates, Automates Private Cloud Management

Quest Software is shipping a cloud management solution to automatically manage and secure private cloud environments across development, test, provisioning and operations.  Quest Cloud Automation Platform 7.5 provides policy-based automation, self-service, and ease of provisioning for multiple hypervisor and virtualization technologies.

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Morphlabs Management Controls Public Cloud Deployments

Morphlabs, a provider of private and public cloud infrastructure, is rolling out a cloud management platform called mCloud On-Demand, an operational management environment that uses Amazon’s EC2 to deliver enterprise-class applications over the public cloud.

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Lockheed Uses ‘Trusted Cloud’ for Fed Images Service

Lockheed Martin is working with DLT Solutions to provide government users access to Intelligence on Demand, a cloud-based offering that provides convenient and secure access via a web browser to geospatial data, images and analytics.  Information on Demand uses what Lockheed officials call its “trusted cloud” architecture.

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