“Cloud computing” seem to be the buzzwords for today, and HP has just moved their HP Cloud Services to public beta status, and the beta services will include HP Cloud Compute, HP Cloud Object Storage and HP Cloud Content Delivery Network. Obviously, this does not mean that the services on offer will be free, as they are available via a pay-as-you-go model. With HP Cloud Service, one is able to experience a public cloud infrastructure alongside platform services and cloud solutions. Specially designed with OpenStack technology, this open-sourced-based architecture makes sure that there is no vendor lock-in, and will deliver improved developer productivity, boasting a full stack of easy-to-use tools for faster time to code, provides access to a rich partner ecosystem, and is backed by personalized customer support.

Zorawar ‘Biri’ Singh, senior vice president and general manager, Cloud Services, HP, said, “Whether you are an independent developer, ISV or the CIO of a major organization, the priority is to design your applications for today’s cloud economy. We will continue to build, integrate and deploy developer-focused features, designed to support a world-class cloud that enables our customers and partners to run and operate web services at scale, on a global basis.” You will be able to obtain pricing details here. [Press Release]

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