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Quest Software Buys Surgient; Preps for Private Clouds, IaaS

Quest Software aims to bring its smart systems management portfolio to the private cloud, with its purchase of Surgient Inc., a privately held secure private cloud automation software firm. The deal sets the stage for a new vision for secure private cloud architectures. Move comes as IDC predicts private cloud market will top $1 billion by 2014.

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Dell, Microsoft Partner on Windows Azure Appliance for Cloud

Dell is teaming up with Microsoft Corp. to use the Windows Azure platform appliance as part of its Dell Services Cloud for designing and delivering cloud services. Dell SaaS’s, powered by Windows Azure appliance, will be a key brand and delivery vehicle for commercial cloud solutions, both companies said.

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Evans 2010 Cloud Developer Survey Reveals Top Requirements, Trends

Developers looking for private or public cloud solutions have top two requirements -- security and reliability, according to the just-released 2010 Cloud Development Survey from Evans Data Corp. IDN speaks with Evans’ CEO Janel Garvin about other key survey findings.

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Red Hat Ships JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform 5.0

Red Hat Inc. has launched its next-generation portal solution, JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform 5.0, offering organizations a flexible, open source alternative for building, deploying, integrating and managing on-premise and cloud-based applications. Red Hat also made other middleware and cloud announcements.

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WSO2 Launches WSO2 Business Rules Server

Open Source integration provider WSO2 is shipping a business rules server aimed at letting companies quickly and easily create, access, and manage business rules within an SOA framework.  WSO2 Business Rules Server (BRS) delivers a tool for separating business logic from underlying infrastructure code. 

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Microsoft, Siemens Design Cloud-Based Product Lifecycle Management

Microsoft Corp. and Siemens PLM Software are teaming up to build a cloud-based quality management solution for Product Lifecycle Management Lifecycle (PLM) professionals. It’s just one of the cloud-based PLM solutions the companies are exploring.

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Oracle Coherence Upgrades End-to-End Data, Transaction Integrity

Oracle’s latest upgrade to its Coherence in-memory distributed data grid solution sports new features to boost end-to-end reliability of traffic and transactions, including to and from J2EE to  .NET and even the cloud. IDN goes in-depth about Coherence 3.6 with Oracle vice president for development Cameron Purdy.

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JackBe Takes Page from iPhone App Store for Mashups

JackBe is taking a page out of the Apple iPhone App Store to make it easier to create, publish and share enterprise mashups.  JackBe’s Presto 3.0’s latest tools and features will let developer and non-developers make mashups for portals, Microsoft SharePoint, iGoogle and even mobile devices.

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Veracode Upgrades Cloud-Based Application Security Testing  

Veracode Inc. is making it even easier for devs to bring cloud-based security testing into their software development lifecycle.  The company is integrating its SecurityReview application security testing SaaS service directly into Java, .Net, C/C++, ColdFusion and PHP dev environments.  

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HP’s ePrint Platform Pushes Cloud-Based Printing

HP is pushing the envelope on web-enabled printing powered by the cloud. HP’s new ePrint printers talk directly to the Google Cloud to access, share and print docs,  PDFs, photos and calendars. HP’s ePrint platform will not require a local proxy PC or web appliance, as some other approaches do.

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IBM Launches ‘Smart Cloud’ To Optimize Dev-and-Test Lifecycle

IBM has released a cloud service for development and test, featuring provisioning, management, security, governance and billing services. IBM intends this integrated suite to deliver  new levels of dev-and-test flexibility and speed from the cloud.  IDN speaks with Fausto Bernardini, Director of Strategy and Architecture for IBM’s Cloud Portfolio for a preview. 

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Expand Begins ‘Pay As You Sell’ WAN Optimization Plan

Expand Networks is looking to jumpstart channel demand for wide-area networking optimization  with a pay-as-you-sell pricing model for  service providers, telcos and public/private cloud providers.  The new pricing arises from Expands’ aggressive adoption of virtualization techniques for WANs.

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