It has been a busy week for public cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider CloudSigma. After announcing an expansion of its public cloud into data centers in Silicon Valley and Miami, the cloud services provider has now expanded to the DRFortress data center in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Cloud services broker InfoZen has completed the first phase of the web migration of NASA's WESTPrime to an open source content management system (CMS) powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
CenturyLink took a step forward in its hybrid cloud strategy with the launch of CenturyLink Private Cloud. The new cloud service was designed to provide the benefits of the public cloud but with the security, dedicated hardware and physical isolation benefits of a private.
The last few months have been mixed for Microsoft Azure. The public cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offering has gained significant traction in the market and is now officially holds the No. 2 spot behind Amazon Web Services, but cases of service disruption are becoming more common.Content Classification: Curated
These days just about everything running in the cloud exposes some form of an application programming interface (API), regardless of whether it involves hardware or software. While many of those APIs are open, the vast majority of them are private—an organization can only gain access to them as part of some formal licensing relationship.
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