Home » Archive

Articles tagged with: amazon

Written By: langdon on February 6, 2014 No Comment

The value, of OpenStack is the overlap between the three domains. Platforms need users and tools. Tools and applications need to build on widely adopted platforms. And users need platforms that support rich tool and application development ecosystems. OpenStack is building all three at once… [click Headline to read more!]

Written By: langdon on December 23, 2013 No Comment

IT is going through a similar change: the shift from client/server to the cloud. Cloud promises not just cheaper IT, but also faster, easier, more flexible, and more effective IT. Just as in the early days of the car industry, it‘s currently difficult to see where this new paradigm will take us. The goal of this article is to help build a framework that allows IT leaders to plan for the cloud transition. [… click Headline to read more !]

Written By: langdon on December 19, 2013 No Comment

Here’s a news flash: Big companies may or may not be wary of Amazon’s cloud, but they’re already using it. It’s a pretty safe bet that virtually every Fortune 1000 company is running workloads beyond test and development in Amazon’s cloud and that means trouble for incumbent IT providers like IBM, HP, Dell and others which are scrambling to respond. […click Headline to read more !!! ]

Written By: langdon on November 25, 2011 No Comment

The issues with cloud computing at this point include security, performance, costs, service and vendor viability. Security will be a leading concern for the foreseeable future, but for users who have adopted the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), the cloud has just gotten a little safer. […click headline to read more!]

Copyright © 2009-2013 David Langdon, All rights reserved.| Powered by WordPress| Indy Premium theme by Techblissonline.com