One of the features of the Windows Azure SDKs that I haven't seen a lot of talk about is retrying operations.
Each week, the Pie in the Sky blog suggests links for weekend reading. Here's last week's.
Gartner’s Massimo Pezzini spoke this morning at the AADI Conference in London on the topic of why integration is even more critical in the ever-expanding world of cloud computing.
For archiving your data at AWS you can use AWS Glacier. This service offers cheaper storage than the S3 service but the downside is that your data won’t be accessible right away as it is with S3.
Aaron and returning co-host Amy Lewis (@commsninja) talk with Matt Conover (CTO) and Raj (CEO) at Cloud Volumes (@cloudvolumes) about workload . . .
Over the last couple weeks I have been using exoscale, a swiss public cloud provider based on CloudStack.
Here's a 3-mintue video defining SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS presented by Ben Kepes.
Here's a webinar that describes how to optimize results in search applications that use Amazon CloudSearch.
Scott Guthrie recently blogged about a range of new updates to Azure. These include updates to mobile services, web sites, and HDInsight.
Here's a presentation by Ryan Shuttleworth, a technical evangelist for AWS. He covers how to ensure AWS applications are simple, resilient, and cost effective . . .
A 1h30m introduction to Java on Azure with a close looka the Java Developer Center for Azure, the Azure SDK for Java, and the Eclipse plugin.
Brian Gracely discusses the x86 Security reference architecture of the Virtustream xStream Cloud Computing management.
Those of you who are familiar with System Center 2012, and in particular the Configuration Manager component, are already familiar with the concept of Distribution Points. But for those of you who . . .
Learn how to install and configure Active Directory Synchronization in Office 365, which is a preliminary step for the Office 365 federation and hybrid scenarios.
Throw together Nathan McBride, the cloud and a little bit of crazy and you’ve got yourself the IT team at AMAG Pharmaceuticals.
If you have deployed applications on Cloud Foundry, you know how easy it is to push an app, bind services to it, and scale it.
This webinar explains how to get to grips with Amazon EC2, Elastic Load Balancing and Auto Scaling.
Hope you you find this a useful tool for your Document Management. If you are looking for a more robust tool and don’t mind the cost– take a look at SharePoint in Office 365.
Hybrid clouds, in which one public cloud and one private cloud are used together, are becoming increasingly common solutions to a range of business challenges
Too many business people see the Cloud as a way of outsourcing IT’s function to a cheaper, newer set of applications.
Hi everyone, just a quick post to let you know that NuoDB 1.1 is now available on theAWS Marketplace.
Technological advances and shifting business requirements affect Government just as much as they do the enterprise. Fragmentation and siloisation can be used to explain sprawling data centre estates . . .
The deployment regions are paired for geo-redundancy and in Australia are located in the New South Wales and Victoria sub-regions.
My hybrid cloud news ticker is starting to go off every day with yet another “hybrid cloud” announcement. How many of them are really about seamless integration of data centers and clouds?
In 2.0, you can now create and delete Windows Azure tables, add/edit/delete table entities from Visual Studio server explorer itself.