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SYS-CON Events announced today that Abiquo, a leading developer of Cloud management software, has been named “Platinum Plus Sponsor” of SYS-CON's 7th International Cloud Expo, which will take place on November 1–4, 2010, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. Abiquo ...
Virtualization is one of the key foundations of the Cloud, but many enterprises are finding the rapid growth in the number of virtual machines extremely difficult to manage. Far from reducing provisioning times and improving utilization, many organizations have found that “virtualizati...
Abiquo, a cloud management software provider, on Tuesday announced that it has hired Steve Soechtig as VP Global Sales and Nick Wetton as VP Regional Sales. Abiquo’s new sales executives will be responsible for leading Abiquo’s global and U.S. sales initiatives and expanding overall m...
Cloud Computing Journal recently caught up with Pete Malcolm, CEO of cloud management innovators Abiquo - a major new player in the fast-emerging Cloud ecosystem and Platinum Plus Sponsor of 6th Cloud Expo being held in Prague, the Czech Republic, 21-22 June 2010. Malcolm is keynoti...
“The fact that Cloud adoption rates are ever-increasing means that it has staying power,” stated Abiquo CEO Pete Malcolm, in this post-show Q&A with Cloud Expo Chair Jeremy Geelan. Not only does Malcolm believe the cloud has staying power but “it is likely that Cloud will be around f...
SYS-CON Events announced today that Pete Malcolm, CEO of Abiquo, a leading vendor of Cloud infrastructure management solutions, was named to the International Advisory Board of Cloud Expo. By forming an International Advisory Board, Cloud Expo extends its leadership position as cente...
"We had a very successful presence at the Cloud Expo in New York. Significant opportunities now being progressed with an extremely positive response from the market to say the least!" This comment from an exhibitor was not uncommon as the event, the world's largest Cloud Computing e...
This is a sampling of current headlines related to Cloud Computing, as the Fifth International Cloud Expo opens at the Javits Center in New York. Well, which is it? Is the glass one-third full or two-thirds empty? Is there a consensus thumbs-up or thumbs-down here? Should I stay (wi...
Pete Malcolm, CEO of Abiquo, is presenting what he promises to be a vendor-neutral keynote, to open the final day of the Fifth International Cloud Expo, being held at the Javits Center in New York. Abiquo said his keynote will be a place "where you will learn about the next chapter...
As industry consultant and conference speaker Tim Crawford said in the run-up to the show, "This session deconstructs cloud computing into the cloud’s true value proposition. Traditional IT operations are buckling under the increased demand from business organizations. A significant ch...
A recent commentary confirms how far ahead Cloud management innovator Abiquo is of the rest of the pack. Announcing how the Enterprise Edition of Eucalyptus was this week joining forces with GroundWork, a news and analysis site acknowledged that the Eucalyptus/GroundWork alliance was a...
Abiquo, a four-year-old Spanish open source cloud start-up bent on becoming a global player, should break out of stealth mode today bragging that it can end virtualization vendor lock-in and make public and private clouds interoperate. It says it means to change the way IT organizat...
SYS-CON Events announced today that Glenn Brunette, Distinguished Engineer and Chief Security Architect at Sun Microsystems, will be presenting at the upcoming Cloud Computing Conference & Expo (www.cloudcomputingexpo.com) this coming November 2-4, 2009, in Santa Clara, California. His...
From tomorrow Cloud Computing and Virtualization are going to be center stage, 18-19 May, at the Prague Hilton as the Czech Republic plays host to Cloud Computing Expo Europe 2009, co-located with Virtualization Conference Europe 2009 - the first conference outside the USA in SYS-CON's...
Support for the The Open Cloud Manifesto, keeps on growing with more then 150 companies signed on. Below is the latest list of supporting companies.
Support for the The Open Cloud Manifesto, keeps on growing with more then 150 companies signed on. Below is the latest list of supporting companies.
Microsoft and IBM, estranged over IBM’s high-handedness in dictating a seemingly innocuous Cloud Manifesto that’s read as Big Blue’s attempt to stamp itself the ultimate leader of the cloud movement met Monday and parlayed at the Cloud Computing Expo in New York.