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.
Learn how to better leverage Windows Azure IaaS with your DevOps team to automate your provisioning processes at scale.
The Breakup of the Corporation, Connected Business Strategies, The Now Generation, and The Long Tail are driving organizations towards a New Enterprise Future.
Over the past few months, I’ve been working with a lot of student and professional developers enabling them to take advantage of promotions for building applications for Windows 8 and . . .
This slideshow from Anders Karlsson helps you get MySQL running on AWS by revealing how to take full advantage of EC2.
It’s been a long time since my last post. Now I’m working with more interesting technologies, cloud related, so you will probably see more about that.
I make pretty heavy use of EC2 spot instances, which as you know can terminate at any time with no warning.
This is a minor release in the 4.0.0 branch, which contains fixes for 40 bugs.
So the first one, which we are all pretty familiar with, is the data center, or grid computing model . . .
Over the last couple of months I have been talking to more and more customers who are either bringing their Hadoop clusters into production or that have . . .
Enterprises spend billions every year maintaining (and powering) duplicate racks and even entire datacenters, solely for occasional potential use, in the event of an unforeseen outage or disaster.
Software-as-a-service is a multibillion dollar arena that attracts a good number of businesses on a monthly basis, all of them trying to get a chunk of the humongous pie.
It is built of multiple components performing different tasks turning End User's API request into a virtual machine service.
Web Sites with Static Content, Applications, Collaboration Applications, Services
OpenStack has come a long way since the project was first unveiled at OSCon back in 2010.
Today’s installment of our “Build Your Private Cloud in a Month” series is the second of a 5-part mini-series we’re calling “Deploying Private Cloud Workloads”
Cool, low stress, walk though for creating your own quick and dirty pop-up lab...
The Silver Lining Blog runs a weekly "Pie in the Sky" linklist focusing on Node.js, PHP, Ruby, Azure, and a few other topics. Check 'em out here.
Today’s installment of our “Build Your Private Cloud in a Month” series is the first of a 5-part mini-series we’re calling “Deploying Private Cloud Workloads”.
On the back of the #TechEdChallenge I downloaded all three of the evaluation products for review and decided to give them a whirl, the first up was Windows Server 2012.
Cloud computing is a general term for anything that involves delivering hosted services over the Internet.