infrastructure as a service (IaaS)
AWS to create 1,000 new tech jobs in Ireland
New office in central Dublin seeks software developers and data centre engineers
Citrix quietly ditches Xen and NetScaler brands
Existing brands snuffed days after new products were announced at its annual conference
Red Hat teams up with IBM, Microsoft in container app push
The deals will allow developers to access a range of jointly managed container services
Gartner: Cloud giants' dominance poses challenges for users
Top 10 providers could gain "unchecked influence" over customers
VMware and AWS bring hybrid partnership to Europe
Virtualisation giant also announces four new services to support VMware Cloud on AWS
95% of data centre traffic will come from cloud by 2021
Volume of data will lead to more hyperscale cloud facilities, report predicts
Mirai variant targets billions of ARC-based IoT devices
Researchers suggest the variant could 'change the landscape of Linux IoT infection'
Security flaw 'affects all Intel chips from the last decade'
But an OS-level fix could drastically affect device performance - report
OpenStack prioritises container security with Kata
Kata Containers allow container management tools to run on bare metal without isolating workloads
Microsoft Azure deploysAMD chips for storage workloads
The move will help AMD target Intel's server market share
Two thirds of enterprises will have multiple clouds by 2019
Analysts find that more choice brings more complexity
Synology DiskStation DS3617xs review
Synology’s biggest desktop NAS appliance gets a welcome performance boost
Seagate creates 10TB hard drive for cloud datacentres
Seagate Enterprise 3.5 Capacity HDD offers lowest power to TB ratio
Huawei and Telefonica to push enterprise cloud migration
Deal will see the firms collaborate on moving infrastructure to Telefonica’s OpenStack datacentres
AWS: Old tech giants have lost desire to innovate
Yesterday's technology companies lack customer focus, says Andy Jassy
10 tech predictions for 2015
Why data scientists will be in vogue and wearables will wear out in 2015
Raspberry Pi and Lego cloud cooked up by Glasgow University
Computer science students can now study cloud in greater depth
Dell calls time on IaaS public cloud services
Hardware giant discontinues multi-tenant cloud service
CA World 2013: IaaS and PaaS aren’t on our roadmap, CA says
A renewed focus on SaaS doesn’t mean it’ll be heading down the road of cloud bedfellows IaaS and PaaS, according to CA Technologies.
Windows Azure now comes with AWS price match guarantee
Microsoft promises to match the price of Amazon's compute, storage and bandwidth cloud services.
Cloud's change agents bypass IT
Inside the enterprise: A study by Forrester finds that the drive for cloud computing continues to come from lines of business, not IT.
AWS dominates cloud market as Azure starts to accelerate
Analyst report finds Azure is gaining momentum as a cloud environment, while AWS dwarfs all.
AWS Re:Invent: AWS takes wraps off two new EC2 instances
Cloud services firm uses second day of customer conference to debut new instances, as well as a cloud-based data processing service.
Google extends datacentre support for EU cloud customers
IaaS offering now supported on European infrastructure.