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Mike Norman
Mike NormanDr Mike Norman, IT Strategist and Entrepreneur - Open Source; Server Scalability and Performance; Virtual/Remote Desktop. 10 years as a CEO at Scapa Technologies ensuring the scalability and perfromance of the largest Citrix, TS and VDI implementations on the planet. 5 years on the Board of Directors of the Eclipse Open Source Foundation. Set up and led the Eclipse Test and Performance Tools Project. 5 years as an analyst/consultant - Large-scale Database, Data Warehouse. Currently implementing hosted systems for virtualised application delivery, based on open source stacks.

DH2i’s DxConsole: Application Virtualization for Microsoft SQL Server

March 17, 2014
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CloudComputing

DH2i’s DxConsole can reduce license cost and complexity and enhance availability in Microsoft SQL Server implementations—on-premises, virtualized, and non-virtualized—and allow you to fail over to the cloud. 

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News: PaaSLane 2.0, Letting Applications Take Advantage of the Cloud

March 13, 2014
By
agilecloud

PaaSLane from Cloud Technology Partners is a tool that greatly facilitates the process of migrating an application to the cloud by comparing its source code to known safe best practice. It claims a 25% enhancement in migration time. We suspect that in many cases this will easily be achieved, plus PaaSLane removes a lot of…

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Cloud Foundry Gets a Foundation

March 10, 2014
By
agilecloud

Pivotal has announced that an open source foundation is to provide external governance for Cloud Foundry.

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AWS Console Extensibility & Asgard

March 3, 2014
By
CloudComputing

The Amazon Web Services console isn’t extensible in the way conventional management consoles are. Asgard (a Netflix open source project) may provide an extensible open source alternative.

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Business Case for Open Source Contribution

February 24, 2014
By
agilecloud

Instead of just thinking about using open source software, enterprises should now be thinking about creating open source software.  That’s where the business benefits really lie.

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IBM SoftLayer Pretends to Be OpenStack by Bridging the API

February 20, 2014
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OpenStack Logo

After acquisition by IBM, SoftLayer has announced Jumpgate as an API bridge to OpenStack. This stops short of a full migration to OpenStack, and it is unclear whether IBM will ever go there.

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Ulteo Previews V4.0 of Its Open Virtual Desktop

February 13, 2014
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PresentationVirtualization

Ulteo Open Virtual Desktop v4.0 is available for download, with significant enhancements for enterprise deployments and better integration. It offers a flexible presentation virtualization alternative—particularly useful for Linux desktops and also for integration of desktop applications into web-based architectures.

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OpenShift, Why Won’t You Do What I Want?

January 3, 2014
By
Agile Cloud Development

I recently spent a fruitless afternoon on the public PaaS version of Cloud Foundry. In this post, I document an equally fruitless afternoon spent on Red Hat’s OpenShift. It think it is fair to say that OpenShift has some advantages over Cloud Foundry for public PaaS. OpenShift feels more comfortable, its integration of a build…

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Cloud Foundry and OpenShift Comparison

December 23, 2013
By
agilecloud

I plan to spend an afternoon getting an ISV application to run on the public PaaS version of OpenShift—to allow direct comparison with a fruitless afternoon spent on the public PaaS version of Cloud Foundry. In this post, I explain the radical difference in approaches I am taking in the two environments to deal with…

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