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Cloud Native Computing Foundation aims for freedom of choice in a multi-cloud world

While the relatively new maxim “Every company should be a software company” and variants thereof are repeated many times a day, few organizations really understand exactly what this will mean for them. The ability to deploy softwareShow More Summary

How To Start Using Cloud Computing To Give Your Business A Competitive Edge

According to a recent Microsoft survey of Australian business leaders, 40% of companies are using or planning to use hybrid cloud solutions -- set to rise a further 49% within the next 12 to 18 months. The most common roadblocks to cloud adoption. Show More Summary

Cloud Source Repositories: now GA and free for up to five users and 50GB of storage

By Chris Sells, Product Manager Developers creating applications for App Engine and Compute Engine have long had access to Cloud Source Repositories (CSR), our hosted Git version control system. We’ve taken your feedback to get it ready...Show More Summary

Post merger: Dell aims to deliver businesses a ready, deployable infrastructure

The merger between Dell and EMC has created one of the largest players in the cloud computing and data analytics industries. The two organizations each provided complementary services that support different facets of the business, and the resulting company aims to take advantage of that by expanding its offerings to customers, especially around SAP. Show More Summary

Private internet: a direct approach to data security in the cloud

As an increasing number of companies make the transition to cloud computing, the security challenges that arise are creating unique opportunities for problem solving. These challenges can pose a significant threat to both consumers and...Show More Summary

Amazon launches new training and certification portal to lure talent to AWS

As cloud services continue to pick up steam, Amazon wants to make sure there is no shortage of talent to maintain your cloud computing operations and take care of your AWS needs. Yesterday, the e-commerce giant announced it is launching...Show More Summary

AWS signs Java ‘father’ James Gosling

Amazon Web Services has added another computer science heavyweight to its employee roster. James Gosling, often referred to as the “Father of Java,” announced on Facebook Monday that he would be joining the cloud provider as a distinguished engineer. Gosling came up with the original design of Java and implemented its first compiler and virtual machine […]

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HORSE RACING BALTIMORE (AP) — Cloud Computing ran down Classic Empire in the final strides Saturday to win the Preakness by a head. The 13-1 long shot was one of … Click to Continue »

Preakness Stakes winner Cloud Computing is not a sure bet to run in the Belmont Stakes

With Preakness champion Cloud Computing uncertain to start in the Belmont Stakes, the thoroughbred racing world faces the strong possibility of a second straight year with three different winners of the three Triple Crown races. Trainer Chad Brown said Cloud Computing came out of his upset victory...

Cloud Computing’ pulls off upset in 142nd Preakness

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

BALTIMORE — From the moment Always Dreaming and Classic Empire drew side-by-side post positions for the 142nd Preakness, the hype began for a potential match race between the two most talented 3-year-olds in this year’s class. Would it be Always Dreaming, the Kentucky Derby champion, running...

Cloud Computing uses late charge to overtake Classic Empire, win Preakness

BALTIMORE — Sometimes it pays to have a fresh horse. Cloud Computing skipped the Kentucky Derby, while eventual winner Always Dreaming and Classic Empire mixed it up in the mud at Churchill Downs. Two weeks later, Cloud Computing pounced on those two horses in the Preakness, pulling off an upset victory at 13-1 odds Saturday. […]

Always Dreaming’s Triple Crown Hopes End as Cloud Computing Takes the Preakness

5 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

Cloud Computing came on late and edged Classic Empire. Always Dreaming faded to eighth after battling for the lead much of the way.

Cloud Computing pulls surprise to win Preakness

Cloud Computing pulled off a major surprise in the Preakness Stakes in Maryland on Saturday, charging down the stretch to overtake Classic Empire and win the second race of U.S. thoroughbred racing's Triple Crown. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

2017 Preakness video replay: Cloud Computing beats out Class Empire at Pimlico

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Preakness Stakes 2017 results: Full finishing order

Cloud Computing owned the 2017 Preakness, Classic Empire finished second, and Senior Investment third. Cloud Computing had just three races to his name entering the 2017 Preakness. Now with a victory at Pimlico on Saturday afternoon, he has one big entry on his resume. Show More Summary

Preakness Stakes 2017 Results And Payouts: Cloud Computing Pulls Off Major Upset In Final Stretch

The Preakness Stakes 2017 results are in, and Cloud Computing pulled off the upset. The horse — which didn’t even compete in the Kentucky Derby — had a furious finish to overtake Classic Empire at the very end. Always Dreaming, the Kentucky...Show More Summary

Preakness 2017 payout: Cloud Computing earns $900,000 for win at Pimlico

Cloud Computing pulled off the upset with a win in the 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. A 13-1 pre-race underdog, Cloud Computing dashed the Triple Crown hopes of Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming, who finished a distant eighth. At 13-1, Cloud Computing paid out $28.80 to win. Show More Summary

Cloud Computing wins the 2017 Preakness Stakes

Little-raced horse Cloud Computing won the 2017 Preakness Stakes on a fast track Saturday afternoon at Pimlico Race Course. Cloud Computing had 13-1 odds entering the race after not even running as a two-year-old. Classic Empire finished...Show More Summary

Cloud Computing Pulls Upset Win At Preakness, Ending Triple Crown Hopes

5 days agoNews : The Two-Way

In the final strides of a surprise win, Classic Empire nosed ahead of Classic Empire to claim the second jewel of the Triple Crown on Saturday — upsetting the favorite, Always Dreaming.

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