Cloud vendors name the price to go private

For many punters, the economic benefits of a pay-as-you-go rented virtual machine start to disappear at around $10,000 of predictable monthly spend, and at this point it really does make sense for them to investigate other support options or even start owning their own hardware.

Cloud vendors name the price to go private

Pivotal puts PaaS in the spotlight

{{{So specific!}}} Paul Maritz, the former long-time Microsoft executive and VMware CEO who now heads Pivotal, says there’s a lack of an application development platform with built-in capabilities to manage and analyze large quantities of data geared toward the enterprise. Pivotal is a “new platform for a new era,” he says.

Pivotal puts PaaS in the spotlight