North Bridge Venture Partners announced the results of its 2nd annual Future of Cloud Computing Survey. The survey was supported by 39 industry collaborators spanning companies in all stages of growth from established leaders to startups. A total of 785 respondents weighed in on current industry perceptions, sentiments and emerging trends in cloud computing. Notable collaborators include: Amazon Web Services, Citrix, Eucalyptus, Rackspace, SAP and VMWare.
"Together, Google and VMware enable enterprises to develop and deploy rich Spring Java applications across multiple clouds and devices," said Rod Johnson, SVP, application platform division at VMware. "Today we have reached an important milestone where these modern applications can run smoothly within the firewalls of a company's production datacentre or in a trusted provider's cloud environment."
In searching for coverage from VMworld in San Jose, I came across this press release...
Microsoft, Google, Cisco, Red Hat, and VMware also rank high up on a survey by IT consulting firm BTC Logic
SAN FRANCISCO — This year, Netflix made what looked like a peculiar choice: the DVD-by-mail company decided that over the next two years, it would move most of its Web technology — customer movie queues, search tools and the like — over to the computer servers of one of its chief rivals, Amazon.com.