Google lowers pricing and creates new options for cost-effective cloud computing.
VIDEO: Brian Stevens, CTO of Red Hat, talks about the next major release of Red Hat's flagship Linux operating system.
After years of development, Cloud Foundry Platform-as-a-Service is now ready for mass consumption as part of Pivotal One.
After two years in development, Red Hat's OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service is now finally considered to be generally available.
The Linux vendor releases OpenShift Enterprise 1.1 as plans for converged cloud server offerings continue to ramp up.
The company's hybrid cloud development options grow with the latest CloudSystem release.
The Linux vendor launches what it claims is the first open-source, on-premise Platform-as-a-Service offering for enterprises.
With OpenStack Folsom now officially available, Red Hat reveals how it's putting the open source cloud technology together for an Enterprise release.
After months of free for all access, Red Hat starts the process of making money from its PaaS platform.
A new open source project lets Cloud Foundry PaaS run on OpenStack IaaS.
Platform as a Service offering advances with some new Java dev features, but it's still not open source (yet).
Multi-language and enterprise features debut in latest entrant in the Platform-as-a-Service space.
Platform as a service is important for the future, but it's not going to be a money maker for Red Hat in the short term.
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Startup formerly known as PHP Fog receives new funding as it expands into the PaaS server space.
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