• Do you think the PaaS market is starting to emerge?

    With Red Hat's public OpenShift PaaS offering last week and the cloud hosting provider company Savvis acquiring AppFod Inc., the PaaS market is starting to heat up. But experts aren't sure if enterprises will jump on the PaaS bandwagon. Do you think the PaaS market is starting to emerge?

    Michael Tidmarsh34,110 pointsBadges:
  • Workflow development platform

    Would you name the top 5 workflow development platforms meeting these criteria: low cost, no code, graphical workflow debug, cloud based, build complex business processes.

    BobDepuy5 pointsBadges:
  • SaaS

    Can you apply for SAAS tuition fees when holding a conditional offer for two universities?

    ewightman15 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible to implement architecture for integrated intelligence in urban management using cloud computing.

    Is it possible to implement architecture for integrated intelligence in urban management using cloud computing. Which tools can be used(to compare the data sets and store the large data sets). Please suggest your views. This is for my final year college project. I am a beginner to the cloud...

    CloudComputing0130 pointsBadges:
  • What most drew your interest at the Red Hat Summit?

    Open-source experts descended on Boston last week for the annual Red Hat Summit. They were not disappointed as the company provided insights on several topics including: Open source development, emerging cloud trends and cloud security. What most drew your interest at the Red Hat Summit?

    Michael Tidmarsh34,110 pointsBadges:
  • Which would you chose? Open Source Cloud Services or a Proprietary Platform?

    While some cloud providers like the idea of building their cloud services on open source software, others prefer the full feature set and integration that a proprietary platform delivers, as well as the comfort of a service-level agreement, or SLA. If you were charged with leading your company into...

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • Gmail question

    When my grown daughter sends an email from her Gmail account, it shows her name to be my old name. Her Gmail was set up long after she had moved from home and has nothing to do with me. Same thing sort of happens with my step-daughter. When I start to send her a new message, I type the first 4...

    Ginadoo5 pointsBadges:
  • How does IBM’s acquisition of SoftLayer impact the cloud industry?

    Big news for CIOs and the cloud industry as IBM dished out a '$2 billion reality check' to purchase the cloud computing company SoftLayer. Many experts feel this is a huge indicator that IBM plans to become a major player in the public cloud provider game (a' la Amazon). How do you think IBM's...

    Michael Tidmarsh34,110 pointsBadges:
  • What is causing the slowdown in the storage sector?

    An interesting theory has arisen to explain the slowdown in the storage sector.“It’s the cloud, stupid!”The efficiency of cloud-based systems has curtailed the sales of secondary storage systems, thereby hurting the storage sector as a whole. So what do you think? Is the cloud to blame or is...

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • IT Infrastructure, analytics/business intelligence or cloud computing. Which is most important?

    In a recent study by Longitude Research, CFO survey respondents noted that their top priorities over the next three years are IT Infrastructure, analytics/business intelligence and cloud computing. While both analytics and the cloud saw a sharp rise in percentage over a similar survey performed...

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • What will the future hybrid IT business model look like?

    During the 17th annual Cisco Partner Summit 2013, company executives put the spotlight on three key topics for partners: Opportunities in the midmarket The importance in the cloud The imperative to begin transitioning to a "hybrid IT" business model today In reference to point #3, what do you think...

    Michael Tidmarsh34,110 pointsBadges:
  • Is your company thinking of going fully into the cloud?

    As companies move from partial to complete cloud storage they are finding surprising costs that they did not expect. While the functional cost of actual storage is low, it is the cost of “transactions,” adding, removing or accessing data that is causing some pain. Is your company thinking of...

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • Are we ready for the growth of public clouds?

    Cloud will be king at the Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2013 conference running June 11- 14. There will be some 50 sessions on cloud deployment at the conference. Much of the anticipation focuses on the rise of public clouds. But as public clouds become more common, the need for the infrastructure...

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • Will Jeff Barr’s road trip buoy AWS?

    In an interesting marketing move, Amazon Web Services Chief Evangelist Jeff Barr is doubling down on customer outreach with a road-trip tour of 14 AWS user groups throughout the U.S. Will his trip have a positive effect on Amazon’s cloud provider customers? What effect will it have on AWS sales?

    Michael Tidmarsh34,110 pointsBadges:
  • MDB and SOA in the cloud

    Cloud papers often refer to "applications", but how can a mix of in-house and cloud providers handle SOA and MDB?

    JohnKernot5 pointsBadges:
  • Gmail recipients question

    When someone sends you email (on Gmail account), and if you click on who he sent it to (let's say it was sent to 5 people), it opens the list of recipients, but for some it only says their mail (example: john.doe@gmail.com, and for some it has this form: John Doe . My question is what makes this...

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  • Would an Amazon-ruled cloud service space be a positive thing?

    Amazon is going to do to enterprise cloud companies exactly what it did to bookstores. This line, which was the headline in this week's Searchlight also caught Karen Goulart's attention. With the Amazon cloud positioned as a big winner by SMBs as well as CIOs at more established enterprises, do you...

    Michael Tidmarsh34,110 pointsBadges:
  • What do you think of OpenStack’s momentum?

    OpenStack is on the rise! With vendors such as Dell and VMware making major commitments to the project, Enterprise Management Associates Research Director Torsten Volk explains the push will allow companies to develop specific services rather than on as IaaS model. What do you think of OpenStack's...

    Michael Tidmarsh34,110 pointsBadges:
  • Resource allocation in cloud service

    Namaste sir, I am Sivaram from Chennai, India. I'm happy to share my views with you. I am interested to learn more about cloud issues. Particularly, I want to know about the recent issues faced in resource allocation method in cloud services. I am interested to have a deep study on optimum resource...

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  • What do you make of the hybrid IT movement?

    During last week's 2013 Amazon Web Services Summit, RightScale's senior cloud solutions architect Brian Adler said more enterprises are moving their applications and functions to the cloud via 'hybrid IT architecture.' Hybrid IT allows companies to expand their architecture though multiple cloud...

    Michael Tidmarsh34,110 pointsBadges:

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