Cloud Computing News and Links – June 22, 2011

Links from Infostreams on:

Cloud Computing

  1. Virtualization And Cloud Security Startup Bromium Raises $9.2M From Andreessen Horowitz And Others Virtualization And Cloud Security Startup Bromium Raises $9.2M From Andreessen Horowitz And Others In March we wrote about new Andreessen Horowitz partner Peter Levine’s first investment for the fund in Bromium, a stealthy startup that was at the intersection of 1Csecurity and virtualization. Today Bromium is formally announcing the funding …
  2. Spring Framework founder: Java needs cloud accommodations Spring Framework founder: Java needs cloud accommodations paging_filterTo maintain its prominence, Java must evolve to meet the needs of cloud computing, the author of the popular Spring Framework for Java said on Tuesday. Java needs continued productivity increases and must accommodate nonrelational data stores like Hadoop to thrive in the …
  3. IDC: Cloud and HPC Pose Challenges for SMBs IDC: Cloud and HPC Pose Challenges for SMBs Cloud computing could help boost the use of high-performance computing (HPC) among small and medium-size businesses (SMBs), but there are hurdles that have to be overcome before that can happen, IDC (International Data Corporation) said on Monday during a presentation at ISC…
  4. The Business Case for Private Cloud The Business Case for Private Cloud The tone at last week 19s Cloud Expo in New York was markedly different from years past. It seemed like the wild-eyed optimism, rhetorical discourse and scholarly air of attendees caught in the honeymoon period of cloud computing had been replaced with a focused and …
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