Posts Tagged ‘ Cloud Computing ’

Gigaom Structure: Hyperscale Cloud Innovation

June 25, 2014
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CloudComputing

Attending Gigaom Structure was an exercise in getting fire-hosed with the leading edge innovation that public cloud providers are bringing to their customers worldwide. These innovations not only will have a profound effect on public cloud computing, but also will ultimately impact data center architectures, costs, and benefits worldwide.

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Out of the Cloud and Into the Fog: Cisco, Fog Computing, and the Internet of Things

June 5, 2014
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CloudComputing

We have all heard the hype that the cloud is the way forward in the twenty-first century, and I am sure you have heard the claim from cloud advocates that at some point 100% of computing will reside in the cloud. This seems logical, based on current trends and a quick glance over the announcements…

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FCC to Attempt “Reasonable” Net Neutrality

May 1, 2014
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CloudComputing

After twice being told by the courts that it does not have the authority to regulate the Internet, the FCC is trying to implement net neutrality again, with a new set of “reasonable open access” rules. It remains to be seen whether these new rules survive legal challenge, and whether they will do more harm…

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It’s Deja Vu All Over Again in the Cloud

January 28, 2014
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agilecloud

There is an old saying, “the definition of insanity is to repeat the same thing over and over and expect a different result.” The way many enterprises are approaching the cloud, insanity would be a great way of classifying it. When we look across most enterprises, we see a collection of technologies from every era…

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The War on PaaS

January 17, 2014
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The War on PaaS

For over a year now, a large number of industry experts have been asking questions like “is PaaS becoming just a feature of IaaS?,” “is PaaS dying?,” “do you really need a PaaS?,” and “is PaaS dead?” This has raised great deal of passionate debate in Twitter-land and other social media outlets, although supporters of…

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Designing for Elasticity

January 10, 2014
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agilecloud

One of the great advantages of the public cloud is its elasticity, the ability it gives systems to provision and deprovision resources as workloads increase and decrease. Much has been written about how building RESTful services is crucial to deploying elastic services in the cloud. I concur that writing code loosely coupled with the underlying…

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Agility and the Cloud

December 13, 2013
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agilecloud

When people hear the word agile, they usually think of words like scrum, kanban, and velocity. Agile methodologies are geared toward churning out faster iterations of software, but the speed of software development does not always correlate to an organization being agile. What makes an organization agile is when the software that is being delivered…

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Medicine as a Service: Could this be the next cloud frontier?

May 2, 2013
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CloudComputing

Medicine as a Service: Could this be the next cloud frontier? For the most of the last decade there have been a lot of hospitals and medical services groups that have been migrating their workloads from physical servers to virtual servers and now are expanding from just a virtual environment to a more of a…

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VMware and Public Cloud Computing – A Discussion

CloudComputing

Microsoft is offering public cloud, service provider, and on-premise versions of Azure. Will VMware follow suite with a vSphere based Public Cloud Computing offering?

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