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Razor Servers announced today that it will begin offering Cloud Computing services to its customers, using the Enomaly Elastic Computing Platform (ECP), Service Provider Edition. This will be the first Cloud Computing service based in Pennsylvania. Razor Servers will host the ECP cloud computing platform within its Philadelphia datacenter, enabling Razor Servers customer to access computing capacity on demand. Razor Servers Cloud Computing service is expected to be available to customers on June 15, 2009. Razor Servers Enomaly ECP-based Cloud Computing service can be used to host web sites, to power internal business applications, and to provide burst capacity to meet peak loads for existing systems. Razor Servers ECP Cloud Computing platform enables customers to access and manage any number of virtual servers, running Microsoft Windows, Linux, or any other operatin... (more)

Google Liberates Your Docs

In a note to the CCIF list, Sam Johnston informed us that Google too has continued on its promise to liberate our data as part of their Data Liberation Front project. This latest Google effort introduces a new feature that makes it much easier to get your content back out of the Cloud using a tool that lets Google Doc's users easily "Convert, Zip and Download." It's interesting to note that both Microsoft and Google released completing "open" initiatives today with Mircrosoft announcing they are opening the PST format for Outlook. It's great to see both companies actively battli... (more)

Microsoft Actually Does Get Cloud Computing

Reuven Cohen's "Elastic Vapor" Blog Yesterday Microsoft launched its cloud computing offering, very similar to that of Google's App Engine or Rackspace's Mosso. Micrsoft's Azure Services Platform is a cloud operating "platform-as-a-service" rather then Amazon's Infrastructure-as-a-service that can deliver web, mobile, or hybrid software-plus-services applications capable of bridging traditional operating and hosting environments with Microsoft extensive global hosting environment. According to their press release, "existing software can utilize the services to add cloud capabilitie... (more)

10 Steps to Unified Cloud Computing: Cloud Computing Expo NYC - April 1

I'm happy to announce I will be presenting 10 Steps To Unified Cloud Computing at SYS-CON's Cloud Computing Conference & Expo, Wednesday April 1, at 9:25 - 10:10 am. This presentation will examine the opportunities for unified cloud computing in order to create an open and standardized cloud interface for the unification of various cloud APIs. A singular programmatic point of contact that can encompass the entire infrastructure stack as well as emerging cloud centric technologies all through a unified interface. In this vision for a unified cloud interface the use of the resource... (more)

Cloud Neutrality

From Cloud Interop Magazine It might be time to revisit this post. This post was originally made December 22nd, 2008. Yes, I said behind the scenes conversations. Like it or not that's seems to be the way the technology world operates. I'm just happy to have a seat at the table. Recently during some behind the scenes conversations, the question of neutrality within the cloud interoperability movement was raised. The question of cloud interoperability does open an interesting point when looking at the concepts of neutrality, in particular to those in the position to influence it... (more)