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February 13, 2011  5:16 PM

Can a cloud broker upset the cloud market?



Posted by: CarlBrooks
IaaS

The Enomaly-powered cloud brokerage service SpotCloud has been chugging along for some time, rolling on-demand virtual machine providers into its fold. It's set to go live next week, a clearing house for cloud computing resources,...

December 10, 2010  8:14 PM

A roundup of the latest Amazon updates: Warp drive, Mr. Sulu



Posted by: CarlBrooks
amazon, aws, AWS updates, crazy, Full steam ahead, IaaS

Despite blowback from refusing to supply services to whistleblower website WikiLeaks, controversy over congestion, uptime and customer service (or lack thereof), it seems that


June 17, 2010  9:22 PM

Amazon’s early efforts at cloud computing? Partly accidental



Posted by: CarlBrooks
Amazon Web Services, Chris Pinkham, EC2, how to make a cloud, IaaS, Jesse Robbins, origin story

Former 'Master of Disaster' at Amazon Jesse Robbins has a couple of fun tidbits to share about the birth of Amazon EC2. He said the reason it succeeded as an idea in Amazon's giant retail machine was partly due to his inter-territorial corporate grumpiness and partly due to homesickness--not...


September 30, 2009  8:59 PM

Why is Larry Ellison afraid of the cloud?



Posted by: Jhurwitz
IaaS, Infrastructure as a Service, integration, Larry Ellison, middleware, Oracle and cloud computing, PaaS, Platform as a Service, SaaS, Software as a Service, Sun Microsystems

I just finished watching Larry Ellison’s conversation with Ed Zander at the Churchill Club, a Silicon Valley business and technology forum. While these type of dialogues are not rare in the industry, I found this one to be particularly insightful. I think we will...


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