Zorawar Singh, senior vice president and general manager of HP's cloud services department, told The New York Times's Bits blog on Friday that HP is "not just building a cloud for infrastructure". Rather, HP wants to include more business-focused features on a platform filled with third-party apps and services. HP also plans to entice at least developers over to the platform with support and tools for the most common software languages, such as Ruby and Java.
Customers will also be treated to an online store with software available for buying or renting for use in the HP public cloud. Billing and authentication details are still being worked out
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