Windows allies Dell, Hewlett-Packard, and Fujitsu will be the first to implement and sell hosted clouds running Microsoft's Azure outside of Redmond data centers. The trio will implement the Windows Azure Platform Appliance, announced by Microsoft Monday, in their own data centers and for sale with services to customers. The …
HP "Pod's"???? wtf
Oh silly me, just put an 'i' in front.
Ok, I'm outtta here.
Clouds are for the birds.
It is a pity thet Tux can't fly...
Microsoft Cloud, fine malt? What?
A new way of selling MS Cluster based Servers.
Clouds = Someone Else's server(s) you have little control over.
(Mines the one with the copy of "The emperor's new clothes" in the pocket.)
do hp & dell *really* think they can undercut microsoft on providing a microsoft software based cloud when microsoft can get all the software for free? Really?
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