New Release Showcases the Advantages of Multi-Tenant SaaS, Renders Integration Templates Obsolete BERWYN, PA–(Marketwire – June 16, 2010) – Boomi®, the Integration Cloud Company™, today announced the release of AtomSphere Summer ’10, the newest version of its flagship integration platform, Boomi AtomSphere®. AtomSphere Summer ’10 features the industry’s first and only suggestion wizard for data mapping that is able to tap into the knowledge of an entire user community including the thousands of data maps created on the AtomSphere platform globally since its launch in 2007. By leveraging every data map created by and for the AtomSphere community, the wizard,
Forges New Relationships with Amazon Web Services, Rackspace Cloud Hosting and salesforce.com DALLAS, June 7 /PRNewswire/ — INGRAM MICRO CLOUD SUMMIT – As part of its inaugural Cloud Summit, Ingram Micro Inc. (NYSE: IM) today announced the Cloud Conduit − a new services initiative that connects Ingram Micro’s North America channel partners with leading and emerging cloud computing vendors including ISVs, cloud hosting companies and system integrators. The distributor is also pleased to announce three emerging relationships with cloud innovators Amazon Web Services (AWS) LLC, Rackspace Hosting and salesforce.com. Launching today, the new Cloud Conduit program provides Ingram Micro’s channel
If you have an Amazon S3 account you’re using to backup your data, you might want an easy way to manage it. CloudBerry Explorer is a free app that runs on your desktop an provides an easy way to manage your S3 account. Installation and Setup Just download and install the application with the defaults. When the application launches you’ll be prompted to enter in your username and email to get a registration key. Or you can continue on by clicking Register later. Now you will want to set up your Amazon S3 account. Click on File Amazon S3 Accounts.
St. Louis-based Savvis Inc., a cloud computing infrastructure company, said Tuesday it has agreed to acquire private Canadian IT services provider Fusepoint Inc. in a cash deal worth $124.5-million. Toronto-based Fusepoint operates three data centres in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal and recently reported annualized revenues of $47.4-million in its first quarter. In 2009, Fusepoint generated $41.7-million in revenue. Fusepoint is a portfolio company of M/C Venture Partners, a venture capital firm. Jim Ousley, chief executive with Savvis, said the Fusepoint purchase will expand the company’s footprint into an important market. “Our largest customers have been asking us to expand into
Is cloud computing the next biggest thing since the Web? The answer is YES. After Mainframe, Personal Computer, Client Server Computing and the Web, this is the next big thing. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) October 2008 report, projected Cloud IT Spending in 2012 will be $42 Billion; a growth of about 27% from 2008. IDC forecasts that Asia Pacific spending on IT cloud services to grow fourfold, reaching $3.6 billion by 2013. IDC sees that new uses of cloud technology will be introduced to include those markets which cannot yet take advantage of cloud computing. Cloud computing