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  • Infoblox Premiers Network Automation for Private Cloud

    Infoblox Premiers Network Automation for Private Cloud

    Jan 26, 2015 by CloudWedge Staff

    Coinciding with the Cisco Live 2015 conference being held in Milan, Italy,  Infoblox has released an announcement detailing its newest product called Cloud Network Automation. With Infoblox Cloud Network

  • Box’s Stock Quote Soars While Raising $175M in IPO

    Box’s Stock Quote Soars While Raising $175M in IPO

    Jan 26, 2015 by CloudWedge Staff

    After several attempts, Box has finally pushed through with its much anticipated IPO making the California based company a publicly traded stock on the New York Stock Exchange. Consequently,

  • Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Your Data Center

    Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Your Data Center

    Jan 26, 2015 by Sean Shado

    What exactly is an uninterrupted power supply? How do you know which UPS is right for your data center? These two questions prove to be pivotal when setting up

  • Fat Tree vs. Jellyfish Data Center Networking Architectures

    Fat Tree vs. Jellyfish Data Center Networking Architectures

    Jan 26, 2015 by Sean Shado

    Two of the most popular data center networking architectures are the fat tree and jellyfish data center network architecture (DCNA). Being able to describe the differences in these two

  • Oracle Gaining Traction in Cloud Market

    Oracle Gaining Traction in Cloud Market

    Jan 24, 2015 by Sean Shado

    Some industry insiders tend to think of Oracle as being part of the old guard in enterprise IT. Oracle originally made its mint by selling its software using the

  • CloudBerry Box: A Solution For Cloud Data Security & Sovereignty

    CloudBerry Box: A Solution For Cloud Data Security & Sovereignty

    Jan 24, 2015 by CloudWedge Staff

    CloudBerry Labs builds innovative data management solutions for cloud based storage services . In a recent press release, Cloudberry announced that they have released CloudBerry Box which is a

  • How the Cloud Will Evolve in 2015

    How the Cloud Will Evolve in 2015

    Jan 22, 2015 by Sarah Lahav

    So, where will the cloud go in 2015? I think most people will point to the cloud’s continued adoption and the fact that cloud services will further eat into

  • Geek of the Week: Craig Malloy

    Geek of the Week: Craig Malloy

    Jan 22, 2015 by CloudWedge Staff

    CloudWedge took a short hiatus on doing the regular Geek of the Week edition, primarily due to the holiday season. But now, we’re back! Several months ago, the CloudWedge

  • IBM Nets $7B with Cloud; Signs $500M Deal with Anthem

    IBM Nets $7B with Cloud; Signs $500M Deal with Anthem

    Jan 22, 2015 by Sean Shado

    IBM reported their 4th quarter fiscal earnings earlier this week. The biggest take away found in IBM’s 4th quarter fiscal reports is that cloud brought $7B in revenue for

  • CloudHealth Bags $12M in Venture Funding

    CloudHealth Bags $12M in Venture Funding

    Jan 22, 2015 by CloudWedge Staff

    CloudHeath is a startup based in Boston, MA that specializes in providing high performance SaaS apps to healthcare providers. CloudHealth recently announced that they have secured $12M in venture

  • ESA Chooses Red Hat for Private Cloud

    ESA Chooses Red Hat for Private Cloud

    Jan 21, 2015 by CloudWedge Staff

    The European Space Agency has announced that their new private cloud is largely based on the popular Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform. The ESA, which is the European equivalent

  • Multi-Cloud Innovator GoGrid Acquired by DataPipe

    Multi-Cloud Innovator GoGrid Acquired by DataPipe

    Jan 21, 2015 by CloudWedge Staff

    GoGrid burst onto the cloud scene a couple years ago by simplifying the use of multiple cloud services within an enterprise IT environment. GoGrid’s seamless approach to managing complex

  • Amazon EC2 Auto Recovery Functionality Now Live

    Amazon EC2 Auto Recovery Functionality Now Live

    Jan 20, 2015 by CloudWedge Staff

    System failures can happen for a whole variety of reasons. Instead of increasing downtime while searching for the root cause, Amazon has announced a new feature on its EC2

  • Azure Trails AWS & Google in 2014 Uptime Numbers

    Azure Trails AWS & Google in 2014 Uptime Numbers

    Jan 20, 2015 by Sean Shado

    The top IaaS providers are Azure, Google Compute Engine and Amazon Web Services. CloudHarmony, a company that monitors uptime indicators for major cloud services, provided cloud enthusiasts with a

  • How to Keep Your PC Safe From PUP’s

    How to Keep Your PC Safe From PUP’s

    Jan 20, 2015 by Sandra Lambert

    Have you run into PUPs lately? No, not the cute and cuddly kind, but the annoying Potentially Unwanted Programs that Internet surfers frequently come across. These PUPs are almost

  • Online Governance: Is the Internet Controllable?

    Online Governance: Is the Internet Controllable?

    Jan 20, 2015 by Hadley Jones

    Please have your passport ready for inspection as you enter the Internet. Wait, what are we saying? The Internet is one of the few domains, whether real or virtual,