The worst move? Making customers pay for memory.
Twilio, which offers cloud-based telephony and messaging, raised $17 million earlier this week. We've mentioned them before. (See Twilio Banks $3.7M and, um, Top 20 Terrible Company Names.)
Separately from all that, Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) and HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) signed a four-year deal on Thursday, whereby Microsoft's applications will be offered on HP's cloud services.
Elsewhere in the cloud lately:
- Amazon Gets Reboot-Happy
- Cisco Opens Up the CloudVerse
- Standards in the Cloud
- Quantifying Cloud
- Cable’s Keys to the Cloud (video)
- Cable Clicks With the Cloud (video)
- Ciena CTO: Intelligent Bandwidth & the Cloud (video)
— Craig Matsumoto, West Coast Editor, Light Reading