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The Cloud Foundry Foundation, the global standard for open Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), today is announcing its launch as an independent nonprofit foundation. The Cloud Foundry Foundation will be managed as a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project and operate under a system of open governance created by a team of open source experts from founding Platinum Members EMC, HP, IBM, Intel, Pivotal, SAP and VMware.
The Eclipse Foundation is pleased to announce a new industry initiative to create the technologies, platforms, and tools necessary to enable the delivery of highly integrated cloud development and cloud developer environments. This new initiative will establish an open source community dedicated to cloud development tools, with over 65 developers and 8 companies participating by providing committers and by investing resources. Codenvy, IBM, Pivotal and SAP will staff the steering committee of the new Eclipse Cloud Development top-level project (ECD).
Snowflake Computing, the cloud data warehousing company, has announced the Snowflake Elastic Data Warehouse, the first data warehouse built from the ground up for the cloud. Based on a patent-pending new architecture, Snowflake’s cloud service delivers the power of data warehousing, the flexibility of big data platforms and the elasticity of the cloud.
HP has announced a definitive agreement to acquire Eucalyptus, a provider of open source software for building private and hybrid enterprise clouds. After the transaction closes, Eucalyptus Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Marten Mickos, a respected leader in the cloud industry and a longtime advocate of open source, will join HP as senior vice president and general manager of the Cloud business, reporting to Meg Whitman, chairman, president and chief executive officer of HP.
VMware has announced joint initiatives with Docker, Google and Pivotal to help enterprises run and manage container-based applications on a common platform at scale in private, public and hybrid clouds. The collaboration will enable enterprises to leverage their existing VMware infrastructure as a unified, scalable and secure platform for running and managing enterprise applications whether in a container or a virtual machine or a container within a virtual machine in a platform as a service.
Appcelerator has teamed up with Microsoft to connect the Appcelerator Platform with Microsoft Azure services. This will simplify the process of building fully native cross-platform apps powered by Azure. Organizations can now leverage existing development resources and connect to existing Azure modules, providing a significant competitive advantage and allowing companies to create a more seamless mobile presence across all devices.
MongoDB, a NoSQL database provider, has announced the creation of a developer-friendly experience that enhances modern application development on Google Cloud Platform’s Compute Engine. MongoDB and Google Compute Engine will offer the high performance, reliability and cost-effective scale designed for how today’s applications are built and deployed.
CumuLogic announced the immediate availability of its new CumuLogic DBaaS Platform, MongoDB Edition. This edition is free for evaluation for 45 days, providing enterprises with a fully-featured MongoDB “as-a-Service” software solution. The software allows IT organizations to leverage their existing infrastructure to build an on-premises MongoDB-as-a-Service offering for application developers, QA/testing and operations teams.
SwiftStack has announced the launch of SwiftStack 2.0. This launch provides enterprise IT with the modern data storage they need to make massive scale easy, and make available any data and application that will drive their businesses forward. SwiftStack 2.0 software defined storage platform is sold with Swift, the OpenStack object storage project that powers the largest cloud deployments.