Usual Liveblog disclaimer: typing this as I go in the session, please excuse typos and formatting issues
Aaron and Brian talk with Navin Thadani about past start-up success, Hybrid Clouds, Application Portability, and how to leverage Public Cloud for infinitie IT resources.
In Windows Azure the Virtual Network has provided you with the capability to extend your network into Windows Azure and treat deployments in Windows as a natural extension to your on-premises network.
On 4/25/2013 I created a new, free Windows Azure Website with WebMatrix and WordPress: Android MiniPCs and TVBoxes.
The urge to “get the job done” is a powerful one, and when the job is a Windows migration the pressure to “do what it takes” often results in security policies being overlooked or even suspended.
Technical Lessons on how to do Backup and Disaster Recovery in the Cloud (whew, long title)
Larry Ellison declared famously in 2009 that, “All that cloud is is computers in a network.” He also used the words “fad”, “nonsense” and “gibberish” on the record when dismissing cloud.
We are deeply sorry to announce that Xeround’s public cloud offering will be discontinued soon.
All Xeround FREE database instances will be terminated on May 8th . . .
What is grid computing ? “Grid” is a commonly associated word that is lumped in with scientific and techno babble, and used heavily in science fiction to make things sound technical or advanced.
When you want to break into the cloud and SaaS software business, there’s one thing you have to plan out before you launch, because once you’ve committed to it, you’re stuck with it for quite some time.
In this blog post, we’ll cover some of the features introduced in this newest version.
This is a live blog from the AWS Summit Keynote by Andy Jassy. The usual disclaimer applies, I'll be typing fast and furious so expect misspellings and some formatting errors.
Usual liveblog disclaimer, this could be messy, please excuse typos, sorry for that. Chris Barclay, Product manager for AWS OpsWorks is presenting
In “Hybrid Cloud Will Transform Disaster Recovery”, Greg Ness, my colleague at CloudVelocity, discusses using the cloud for Disaster Recovery and its benefits . . .
The future of cloud computing is something that a great many people have spent a good amount of time pondering.
Continuing on in our Build Your Private Cloud in a Month series, today Yung Chou and I walk through the steps needed to dynamically optimize our Private Cloud Fabric.
For this topic and like many others in cloud computing, the first order of business is to know what exactly a hybrid cloud is. Cloud is a broad subject and covers very much every aspect of IT . . .
In this episode of our Build Your Private Cloud in a Month series, Yung Chou and I show how to protect Private Cloud workloads using System Center 2012 SP1 Data Protection Manager and also . . .
Last week I attended to the AWS Summit in London. Together with a few colleagues from 4Synergy we saw a lot of interesting stuff.
I have always been impressed with the WAN compression technology that Riverbed offers. Wan compression can save you lots of bandwidth and speed up your network at the same time.
Figures from RightScale‘s latest State of the Cloud Report (free registration required) suggest “a strong interest in multi-cloud strategies” amongst respondents.
With the latest release of JBoss EAP 6.1.0.Beta, it was time to overhaul my existing demo projects and here you will find the results. Previously I had updated this project to JBoss EAP 6.0.
I’ve written a series of blogs about the economics of cloud and the lack of serious enterprise adoption of public cloud (versus data center and private cloud adoption) and I’ve reached the . . .
If you haven't heard, there's now a Ruby SDK for Windows Azure that provides access to Windows Azure Data Management services and some Service Bus services.
Lots of organizations are looking for ways to better control the secure execution of PowerShell scripts by permitting only scripts created by trusted script authors to run.