IaaS

Instead of purchasing servers, software, network equipment or data centre storage space, cloud providers can supply IaaS to clients as a fully out-sourced service and be subsequently billed only according to what they have used. This means the cloud provider owns and maintains the housing, running and maintaining of all the equipment, not the end-user. This also gives the end-user the flexibility to use more or less storage, as required, (called scalability), which is attractive to businesses which might otherwise have needed to have maintained large amounts of storage space even at off-peak times.

Google Allo and Duo to take on WhatsApp with AI

News
19 May, 2016
Alan Lu

Both apps cloud-powered by Google Assistant artificial intelligence

SAP lets users run HANA cloud on Azure, tightens integration with Office 365

News
17 May, 2016
Joe Curtis

Microsoft wants to embed Office 365 and Azure in the enterprise, SAP to bolster HANA's capabilities

EMC reveals container-focused open source projects at EMC World 2016

News
4 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

New Polly project and REX-Ray update are available on GitHub now

NASA’s JPL powers space mission servers with Red Hat OpenStack

News
26 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

Red Hat’s private cloud replaces on-premise architecture

Dell Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Version 5 launches

News
25 Apr, 2016
Clare Hopping

Dell and Red Hat's joint offering provides a fully integrated end-to-end solution for the enterprise

Microsoft baits Azure hook with free cloud kits for IT pros

News
21 Apr, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Redmond offers free Azure credits to tempt IT managers onto cloud platform

Nextbit Robin review

Reviews
30 Mar, 2016

This cloud-first phone is only second-best

virtualisation

Red Hat aims to speed up Linux workloads migrating to VMware

News
10 Mar, 2016
Aaron Lee

Latest Enterprise Virtualization update improves efficiency for memory distribution

Citrix Sharefile Business review

Reviews
7 Mar, 2016
Kat Orphanides

Strongly business-oriented cloud storage, from one-man bands to large enterprises

Docker launches Docker Datacenter “Container-as-a-Service”

News
29 Feb, 2016
Rene Millman

Container service aims to support portability of apps across any infrastructure

Netflix completes seven-year migration to AWS

Case Studies
12 Feb, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Moving to the cloud meant making "difficult choices" says cloud and platform engineering VP

AWS launches free game engine, Amazon Lumberyard

News
10 Feb, 2016
Aaron Lee

Amazon GameLift service also lets you deploy servers quickly for online multiplayer

EU picks BT, IBM, Atos to supply €34 million cloud services

News
8 Feb, 2016
Joe Curtis

IaaS and PaaS clouds will help European Commission embrace Big Data challenge

Microsoft rolls out Azure IoT Hub

News
5 Feb, 2016
Aaron Lee

New service integrates with Azure IoT Suite

Gov “delighted” with Oracle’s UK datacentre expansion

News
4 Feb, 2016
Joe Curtis

Oracle adds more cloud services to Slough facility

Businesses open to cloud, but OpenStack is too complicated

News
3 Feb, 2016
Clare Hopping

SUSE claims almost half of companies have failed to implement OpenStack in their organisation

Google bolsters cloud services, but keeps quiet on earnings

News
2 Feb, 2016
Aaron Lee

Nobody knows how well Google Cloud is doing

We’ve been burned by the Office 365 outage too

Opinion
27 Jan, 2016
Alan Lu

Microsoft over promises and under delivers, again

Public cloud 'will reach $204 billion in 2016'

News
25 Jan, 2016
Aaron Lee

Companies pushing infrastructure into the cloud will fuel this growth, says Gartner

AWS/Google cloud price wars are coming to an end

News
15 Jan, 2016
Aaron Lee Clare Hopping

Google Compute Engine is still the cheapest, despite AWS slashing prices in January