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May 14, 2014

Cross-Cloud Management Tools Juggle vSphere Workloads

“One of the things that stood out [was] that traditional IT ops wasn't working for us, which is why we needed to switch to something more agile, hence RightScale," says Alain Gaeremynck, senior enterprise architect at the Yellow Pages Group. (Free subscription required to access entire article.)


May 5, 2014

New Product of the Week: RightScale Cloud Appliance for vSphere

NetworkWorld names the new RightScale Cloud Appliance for vSphere a product of the week: “RightScale Cloud Appliance for vSphere enables self-service IT and enables greater workload portability on vSphere.”


April 30, 2014

RightScale Adds vSphere, Because VMware Is Still a Thing

Forbes contributer Ben Kepes observes that “Terms like ‘single pane of glass’ and ‘multi-cloud’ are bandied around regularly. Beyond the hype, however, they are terms that neatly describe both the way future IT will look and the key requirements that practitioners in the future will have for the management tools they use. By including vSphere in its platform, RightScale is well-positioned to tell a compelling story into the future.”

eSecurity Planet

April 30, 2014

Are Companies Doing Enough for Cloud Security?

In its roundup of how enterprises view security in the cloud, eSecurityPlanet notes that “A RightScale survey found that nearly a third of organizations that lack experience with cloud name security as their biggest worry — though that number drops to just 13 percent among more experienced consumers of cloud services.”


April 17, 2014

When Cloud Computing Giants Go to War, You Win

Inc. covers the cloud computing price wars, referencing the RightScale 2014 State of the Cloud report on the ubiquity of cloud computing in enterprises today.

Wall Street Journal

April 16, 2014

A Price War Erupts in Cloud Services

Steep price cuts by several of the top cloud providers is changing the math for enterprises who may have once planned to own their own data centers, with 87 percent of enterprise now using cloud according to the RightScale 2014 State of the Cloud survey.

Gigaom Research

April 4, 2014

Public Cloud Usage Now a Full-On Explosion

As more companies are using public cloud, new RightScale research shows that of the nearly 1,100 enterprises and small- to mid-size businesses (SMBs) surveyed, 89 percent are using public cloud for some workloads.

Wall Street Journal

March 25, 2014

Google Cuts “Cloud” Pricing to Compete with Amazon

RightScale CEO Michael Crandell calls Google’s price cuts "game-changing." Over three years, RightScale says Google may still be 3 to 18 percent more expensive than AWS. However, Google’s Sustained-Use Pricing approach will let customers take advantage of future price cuts, which may erode the difference.


January 7, 2014

Get Savvy on the Latest Cloud Terminology

What do you find when you look up cloud management in the dictionary? Not much. But TechRepublic suggests that RightScale is a good example of cloud management - and one that works across multiple clouds.


December 10, 2013

RightScale Brings On-Premises vSphere Into Its Cloud Management Purview

For the many companies that run vSphere virtualization and management tools in-house alongside public clouds, as well for those that are heavily virtualized but haven't yet made the leap to cloud but are weighing that possibility, the new RightScale Cloud Appliance for vSphere can provide them with a more consolidated view of their mixed environments.

Data Center Knowledge

December 10, 2013

RightScale Extends Cloud Management to VMware vSphere

RightScale announces a new on-premises software appliance that integrates VMware vSphere with the RightScale Cloud Portfolio Management suite, enabling IT teams to deploy workloads to vSphere or any of the public or private clouds already supported by RightScale as well as create portable workloads that can move seamlessly between these environments.

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