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New Campus Grand Opening - IT's Time to Celebrate

30 Sep 2010

Tim Graumann writes: September marks the official grand opening of Brocade’s new Bay Area campus and with it an exciting new chapter in the company’s history. After years of hard, focused work, the new campus recently earned Brocade a place among the most innovative users of business technology. We have a lot of reasons to celebrate.

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VMworld Labs - Thousands of Virtual Appliances deployed in just 4 days!

30 Sep 2010

David Shyu writes: It was on the last day of VMworld 2010 in San Francisco where it happened.  I was sitting at a Lab Station at the Moscone West building, learning a few things myself on vCloud Director.  Suddenly, one of the VMware Lab Staff member announced: "We have just reached a new milestone just moments ago, we have served our 145th THOUSAND (145K) virtual machine being deployed and destroyed)!  We all clapped our hands, we all enjoyed this moment of glory for the world of virtualization!

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Affordable Cloud DR is Here

14 Sep 2010

Jeff Echols writes: While many CommVault users have been interested in cloud storage as a low-cost, long term repository for backup & archive data, the more interesting topic is what can be done to the data once it gets to the cloud. By far, the most frequent user request centers on disaster recovery (DR). This week, CommVault and Rackspace announced 'Cloud DR', an affordable solution that combines enterprise class data management software with on-demand cloud infrastructure.

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Fiber in the Sky

09 Sep 2010

Joel Mulkey - CIO - Freewire Broadband writes: Ever try guaranteeing reliable broadband services using radio waves? It’s not easy but that’s how we beat out the LECshere in Portland, Oregon. We create a secure, robust, high-speed Ethernet backbone in the sky using cutting-edge technology.

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Cloudonomics

09 Sep 2010

Jim Damoulakis, GlassHouse CTO writes: One of the lingering concerns about cloud computing is determining when it does or doesn’t make economic sense. There is certainly a crossover point at which either the requirements of scale or level of service are such that the cost of the cloud exceeds that of a more traditional approach. However, determining where that point lies and the specific drivers that influence it, has been a subject of much debate.

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