[eweek] Sun Microsystems, which is in the process of creating its own public cloud offering, is rolling out a host of services designed to help businesses evaluate their readiness for cloud computing, and then to help them build a road-map to reach that goal. The cloud computing services are part of Sun’s $1 billion professional services business. The moves come as Oracle prepares to buy Sun for $7.4 billion in a deal expected to close this summer.
As Sun Microsystems continues to work on its upcoming public cloud computing platform, the company is beginning to roll out services around the burgeoning technology trend.
Sun Launches Cloud Services Portfolio
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