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Google Cloud says it's first-to per-second cloud server billing, twice

Also says it's not the best way to save money for most people

Accelerite re-floats Citrix CloudPlatform as 'Rovius Cloud'

Code Citrix sold becomes multi-hypervisor hybrid cloud wrangler full of bursty goodness

Arabian, sorry, Amazon Web Services to land in Bahrain and UAE

Full region coming in 2019. Keeping it cold should be fun!

Google slurps cloudy single-sign-on concern Bitium

Ad giant has an 'Identity Vision' and now sees it more clearly

Slap your apps on this Dell-flavoured testing server before tossing them on Azure Stack

Collaboration with NTT Comm creates data centre safe space

Microsoft sparks up Ignite with fresh Azure, Office 365 features

Redmond also shows off SQL Server 2017 and internal Bing

Data-wranglers Trifacta go public with Google Cloud collaboration

Pair takes aim at $20bn analytics market

Oracle promises SLAs that halve Amazon's cloud costs

Larry Ellison also pledges 'Autonomous Database' to cut the cost of – gulp – the people who run databases

IBM packs 120TB into a carry-on bag, for snow-balling cloud uploads

Whither the rapid file transfer app Aspera that Big Blue acquired in 2014?

AWS can now bill us if you read this far. This bit will cost us, too

Servers-by-the-second is now a thing, but you pay for the whole first minute!

Outlook.com looking more like an outage outbreak for Europe

Soothe your boobs, Microsoft is, er, on the case

AWS users felt a great disturbance in the cloud, as S3 cried out in terror

S3izure made things tricky for an hour, but was no apocalypS3 to match March mess

AWS: Don't be a SAP, get one of our massive HANA boxes

Cloud-slinger trots out 4TB instances for in-memory databases

Microsoft pitches encrypted Azure to keep cloud data secret

Joins the blockchain bandwagon

AMD Ryzen beats Intel Core i7 as a heater (that's also a server)

Distributed cloud company now working on Ryzens that warm your shower

Your boss asks you to run the 'cloud project': Ever-changing wish lists, packs of 'ideas'... and 1 deadline

Learn from 'Bob'. RUN! As fast as your £$% legs will take you

Rackspace sucks up Datapipe, swallows 29 data centres

Financial details undisclosed, but it's big, ya hear, says Rackspace

UK Home Office finds £20m to throw at Oracle cloudy ERP

30,000 users, 2-year contract. What could go wrong? Nail-biting time

Google to kill its Drive file locker in two confusing ways

Businesses to get 'File Stream', great unwashed get 'Backup and Sync'

Look! We have direct fibre connection too, wails Google Cloud

But it's still behind the curve compared to Azure and AWS

Huawei claims shooting mission-critical apps to its cloud will be a cinch

Bare-bones offerings from AmAzureGoog don't compute

IBM's global load balancer and reverse DNS degraded by domain transfer mess

Registrar put crucial domains in limbo. Is that good enough for a big cloud?

Pack up, go home to your family: Google Drive is flipping out

Updated Thousands unable to load app or access and sync files

Huawei's many-headed beast of a cloud wants a serious bite of the action

Analysis More details emerge on how they plan to compete with the big industry players

Solaris update plan is real, but future looks cloudy by design

Oracle OpenWorld catalog mentions virtual SPARC on cloudy x86, migratory motions

Google Cloud rolls back changes after 18-hour load balancer brownout

VMs across US, Europe and Asia all unable to “connect to backends”

Veeam follows Virtzilla's cloud up the Amazon

Wherever VMware's customers go, we shall also go

Whatchu doin' Upthere? Western Digital moves on cloud storage space

Gobbles consumer file-hosting startup for undisclosed amount

Fujitsu Australia cloud outage leaves lifeguards' members exposed

Cloud operator 'reviewing' outage as Surf Life Saving Australia says it still doesn't have a proper portal

Oracle’s cloudy cash dash could fall flat, insiders warn

Staff say they’re in the (Big) Red after sales teams push customers into the fluffy stuff

Google will let cloud customers use plain-old-Internet links

'Just like other public clouds, believe us!'

CrashPlan crashes out of cloudy consumer backup caper

You've got until October 2018 to bail, or pay business rates

IBM likely to close Australian data centre

Clients being advised of migration plans from vintage Cumberland Forest bit barn

Microsoft, Red Hat in cross-platform container and .Net cuddle

Redmond Hat will run each other's containers in each other's clouds

Codename Brainwave: Microsoft reveals tricks and tips for whipping cloud FPGAs into shape

Hot Chips Pipelining, on-die memories exploited in Azure

Google slaps a suit on beefed up Chrome OS, offers Enterprise version for business

Getting a bit crowded in here, isn't it, Microsoft?

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