From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise:

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March 29, 2014  9:03 AM

The New Cloud Marketplace



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The week of March 23rd, 2014 might go down in history as 1 AG (After Google). By launching (or re-launching, who can really keep up), the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) officially created a public utility cloud marketplace. What? How can that be, considering that there are lots of

March 8, 2014  9:53 PM

Learning Cloud Has Never Been Easier



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February 1, 2014  1:37 PM

Are We Starting to See the End of Tech Support?



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December 18, 2013  12:40 AM

Time for 2014 Predictions. I’ll take RSTLNE.



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June 5, 2013  11:00 AM

Are Cloud Operations Transferable?



Posted by: Brian Gracely
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Remember "Cloud in a Box"? It has come in various iterations over the past 4-5 years:

  • "Pre-Defined" or...


May 5, 2013  8:28 AM

What is OpenStack?



Posted by: Brian Gracely
AWS, Cloud Computing, Cloud Management, Hybrid Cloud, Open Source, OpenStack, Private Cloud, Uncategorized

The OpenStack Summit took place a couple weeks ago in Portland to announce the "Grizzly" (G) release and to begin the design activities for the "Havana" (H) release (due in Fall 2013)....


October 22, 2012  11:00 AM

Consumerization Killed the IT Rockstar



Posted by: Brian Gracely
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For many decades, there was a level of respect that was afforded to people that had put in 1000s of hours of work (or training) to achieve a level of expertise in a given field. Even if you weren't an


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