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September 7, 2010  6:27 PM

The persistent itch: What does Amazon’s security really do?



Posted by: CarlBrooks
Amazon Web Services, aws, Cloud computing security, Cloud Security, full disclosure, Security through obscurity, what's behind the curtain

A story we wrote last week about Amazon’s newest disclosures on its security procedures was sparked in part by a earful from one of the sources in it. Seeking reactions to the newly updated...

June 18, 2009  7:48 PM

Amazon EC2 zap smash: everyone’s cool with it



Posted by: CarlBrooks
Amazon EC2, availability, CaaS, Cloud computing security, lightning, Verizon

In hindsight, the lightning-strikes-Amazon-data center story is a tidy little example of a nu-media bubble. Someone should make a graph of the coverage indexed by hysteria, outrage, maniacal...


May 4, 2009  8:58 PM

Cloud Security Alliance in favor of open standards- regulatory agencies to feel economic pressures to open to cloud.



Posted by: CarlBrooks
cl, cloud computing, Cloud computing security, Cloud Security Alliance, Electronic Health Records

Very interesting conversation with Nils Puhlmann, a co-founder of the Cloud Security Alliance originally about the DTMF initiative for open standards, but went out and about a bit; here are...


January 22, 2009  8:10 PM

VMware touts benefits of private cloud computing, VDC-OS



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
Amazon EC2, cloud computing, Cloud computing security, internal cloud computing, vCloud, VMware

VMware, Inc. is on a mission to show companies that they can get the benefits of cloud computing without handing their mission critical applications over to an outside provider; with the upcoming

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