Six months ahead of cloud service launch in Europe, Dell has widened the scope of its cloud offerings for the members of PartnerDirect in the entire UK and Europe. Various US partners of the company were interested in extending leeway of Dell's cloud services but now, when it has been six months since its launch in the region, the company decided to do so. The company has officially launched the services which would be offered under the PartnerDirect program. Along with this, Dell has also disclosed its third cloud storage channel certification in the region which would be probably the last of its channels.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison unveiled a range of cloud-based services for its customers in an attempt to expand its Cloud services portfolio, at the OpenWorld Conference in San Francisco. The largest software enterprise company is currently focusing only on Cloud to promote its existing Cloud computing products. Oracle's growth opportunity depends on the Cloud and they are totally committed to the Cloud to expand their business model, Larry Ellison said in a keynote speech at the OpenWorld Conference. He also said that the company won't be making any large acquisitions in the future, in fact they will focus more on their Cloud Services to maintain their reputation as the preeminent Cloud vendor.
SUSE, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider, launched its first cloud product which is commercially supported, on 29th August, 2012 at the CloudOpen Conference. SUSE Cloud, powered by OpenStack, is a platform of cloud management that is automated and enables easy constant management and rapid deployment of an IaaS, private cloud.
Virtual Computer is annoying to create desktop virtualization easier to have centralized managing with distributed implementation so you can install hundreds if not thousands of VMs. The disparity is that VMs running on endpoint tools, and reduces the expenses and infrastructure needs. NxTop platform, as it is known, has its individual bare-metal hypervisor which is on the desktop also it manage different VMs.
The initiative is part of the alliance between Telstra cloud computing company Government and Accenture signed in April 2010, but announced in October that year. It also fits in Telstra's statement earlier this year it plans to invest $ 800 million in cloud computing over the upcoming five years.