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May 3, 2013  2:42 PM

AWS Summit Wrap Up



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Amazon, AWS, cloud computing, Cloud Management, Cloud Operations, Hybrid Cloud, IaaS

Earlier this week I wrote an article about what I was looking forward to at the AWS Summit in San Francisco.  Now that the conference is behind me I wanted to provide some feedback on the event and...

April 29, 2013  3:15 PM

Expectations for the AWS Summit



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Amazon, AWS, cloud computing, Cloud Management, Cloud Operations

As I'm writing this I'm on a plane bound for this week's AWS Summit in San Francisco.  Even though AWS is not what I would consider an "Open Cloud" by any stretch of the imagination, I do find the operations aspects of AWS very...


April 10, 2013  10:58 AM

Will “THE Cloud” Always Be Just Out of Reach?



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Amazon, AWS, Cloud Applications, cloud computing, Cloud Management, Cloud Operations, CloudStack, Google, Hybrid Cloud, IaaS, Open Clouds, OpenStack, PaaS, RackSpace, VMware

I've been having some great discussions with customers recently that led to this interesting title.  Too many customers are looking for "THE Cloud" (as in the one and only technical solution) and want to know how to compare one cloud against another.  Because they are looking for...


March 21, 2013  3:48 AM

Will Clouds Ever Be Open?



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Amazon, AWS, cloud computing, Cloud Management, Cloud Operations, Google, HP, IaaS, Open Clouds, OpenStack, RackSpace, VMware

A few news articles and a podcast that posted over the last few weeks got me thinking about how open clouds are today. How "open" are clouds of any type these days?  Let's take a look at a few examples and see where they stand: "Closed Clouds" - Amazon / Google / VMware -...


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