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Cloud computing is the availability of computer system resources in the form of storage, databases, networking, software and analytics over the internet. Cloud services help companies to lower their operating costs and scale a business as requirements change. Well known companies that deliver a wide range of cloud services are cloud providers like Amazon, Google and Microsoft. In this category you find our news articles about Cloud and Cloud Hosting.

Expert Blog: Keeping Up With Compliance

The advent of cloud technologies has made it possible for companies across industries to find a good balance when reducing the costs of keeping data, while at the same time ensuring top security of their sensitive information.

Ingram Micro Combines Veeam and Zadara in Data Center Solutions Offering

IT distributor Ingram Micro has combined Veeam’s backup with Zadara’s cloud compute and storage solutions into a new all-in-one data center offering. The templated and customizable Veeam backup and Zadara cloud compute and storage solution sets would solve for the hybrid infrastructure and storage needs and wants of today’s distributed enterprise.

Expert Blog: Multi-Cloud – Bringing Agility to Enterprise Connectivity

Public cloud adoption continues to accelerate. Enterprises are increasingly using multiple cloud services to make full use of the benefit that each cloud provider offers. With more enterprises embracing this multi-cloud model, they need to understand how to connect their clouds and manage them to unleash their full potential. Read the Expert Blog by Michel Robert, CEO of Epsilon.

DigitalOcean Raises More than $775M in Initial Public Offering

DigitalOcean, hyperscale cloud for developers, startups and SMBs, has raised more than $775 million in an IPO (initial public offering) today. The shares are listed at the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol ‘DOCN.’ DigitalOcean has sold 16.5 million shares for $47 each, at the high end of the expected range of $44-$47.

Synergy: Enterprise Cloud Spending Surpasses On-Prem Data Centers in 2020

New data from Synergy Research Group shows that enterprise spending on cloud infrastructure services continued to ramp up aggressively in 2020, growing by 35% to reach almost $130 billion. Meanwhile enterprise spending on data center hardware and software dropped by 6% to under $90 billion.

Excelero Attains Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification

Excelero, a provider of distributed block storage software, has attained the Red Hat OpenShift Operator certification for its NVMesh elastic NVMe software. With the RedHat certification, storage architects can add high-performing, low latency NVMe storage into the native Red Hat OpenShift environment and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) with Excelero NVMesh.

New HPE GreenLake Cloud Services – For Bare Metal, VMs and Containers

Hewlett Packard Enterprise recently unveiled a number of updates regarding the HPE GreenLake cloud services portfolio. The company is focusing on creating new partnerships by adding three new services to the HPE GreenLake cloud offering, including cloud services for bare metal, virtual machines and containers.

UKCloud Unveils Cloud Partner Program for Public Sector MSPs

The UK-based cloud company, UKCloud, has announced its partner program aimed at enabling a positive digital transformation in its partner community and the UK cloud industry as a whole.

Ingram Micro Cloud, AWS Plan to Grow AWS Partner Base Worldwide

Ingram Micro Cloud, an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner and AWS Distributor, has announced a new global Strategic Collaboration Agreement with AWS. This multi-year, joint investment is geared towards accelerating the growth of AWS Partners worldwide through Ingram Micro Cloud.

ElectrifAi Earns AWS Machine Learning Competency Status for Applied AI

ElectrifAi, a global provider of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions and pre-built machine learning (ML) models, has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Machine Learning Competency status in the new Applied Artificial Intelligence (Applied AI) category.

Interview CEO CloudFest: “I am Pretty Sure That We Will See Hybrid CloudFest Formats...

The CloudFest event in Rust, Germany, is the only cloud, hosting and data center industry event with such a high fun factor. Before the pandemic, that’s to say. Will this year’s online event, March 23 – 25, be as much fun? And what about the new owners of CloudFest who bought it from GoDaddy recently, are they planning to do things different?