Monday, June 24, 2013

Microsoft And Oracle Will Announce Major Cloud Computing Partnership

Microsoft And Oracle Will Announce Major Cloud Computing Partnership Next Monday | TechCrunch: " . . . the SAP angle has interesting possibilities. SAP has aligned closely with Amazon Web Services. Oracle could be looking to Microsoft to be its partner for big data, in-memory computing. For Pivotal, its effort is as much about big data as it is about application development. They also face SP as a competitor in the space. . ."

Oracle moves to embrace cloud upheaval
Financial Times
Oracle will this week lay out plans to move deeper into the cloud-computing market, as Wall Street worries that the US software company's traditional business is being disrupted by a technology transition that is bringing a new wave of start-ups to the ...

Media File Sharing via The Cloud Catching On
Broadcast Engineering
The different types of cloud services can be boiled down to two basic industry terms, “CloudWashed” and “Cloud Formed.” Cloud Washed, the most popular and easiest to deploy, gets a broadcaster up and running very quickly, but can be vulnerable to ...

What CIOs Need to Consider When Migrating to Cloud Is the Next Big Move
SYS-CON Media (press release)
The benefits of moving from an on-premises model to subscription-based, cloud-hosted computing are substantial. With cloud computing, CIOs have the opportunity to capitalize on a variable-cost structure. Until recently, data centers have needed to load ...

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