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August 20, 2013  11:56 AM

Is the Operating System Dead Weight?



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Cloud Applications, cloud computing, Cloud Management, Cloud Operations, Consolidation, DevOps, Open Clouds, PaaS

There seems to be an interesting trend developing in the PaaS (Platform as a Service) community that I want to write about a bit this morning. What if we didn't need a a "heavy" Operating System in our cloud computing environments? What if we took a page out of the old switches and routers...

July 31, 2013  6:19 PM

Comparing Open Source Project to Products



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Cloud Applications, Cloud Operations, DevOps, Open Clouds

There has been a lot of "noise" in the cloud computing community recently that I wanted to write about a bit today.  In order to get to my point I'll have to describe a little bit of background.


July 31, 2013  5:34 PM

OSCON Wrap Up



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Cloud Applications, cloud computing, Cloud Management, Cloud Operations, IaaS, Open Clouds, PaaS

This is a few days late but I wanted to provide everyone with an OSCON wrap up.  OSCON was a great show and Portland is always a fun city to see and explore.   Bookmark and Share     0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


July 15, 2013  12:26 PM

What I’m Looking Forward To At OSCON



Posted by: Aaron Delp
cloud computing, Cloud Management, Cloud Operations, CloudStack, DevOps, IaaS, Open Clouds, OpenStack, SDN

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June 24, 2013  10:19 PM

CCC13 Live Blog: Putting the PaaS in CloudStack



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Cloud Applications, cloud computing, Cloud Management, Cloud Operations, CloudStack, DevOps, IaaS, Open Clouds, OpenShift, PaaS

Disclaimer – This is a live blog from the CloudStack Collab Conference. Might have a bunch of errors in formatting, etc.  I’m just typing as fast as I can.  Also, I work for Citrix and I focus on CloudPlatform, the commercial version of...


June 24, 2013  6:17 PM

CCC13 Live Blog: What’s the Use Case



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Cloud Management, Cloud Operations, CloudStack, IaaS, Open Clouds

Disclaimer – This is a live blog from the CloudStack Collab Conference. Might have a bunch of errors in formatting, etc.  I’m just typing as fast as I can.  Also, I work for Citrix and I focus on CloudPlatform, the commercial version of...


June 24, 2013  5:29 PM

CloudStack Opening Keynote Live Blog



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Apache, Cloud Applications, cloud computing, Cloud Management, Cloud Operations, CloudStack, DevOps, Hybrid Cloud, IaaS, Open Clouds

Disclaimer – This is a live blog from the CloudStack Collab Conference. Might have a bunch of errors in formatting, etc.  I’m just typing as fast as I can.  Also, I work for Citrix and I focus on CloudPlatform, the commercial version of...


May 30, 2013  4:05 PM

Tablecloth as a Service: Covering Surface Area with Solutions



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Cloud Applications, cloud computing, Cloud Management, Cloud Operations, Open Clouds

I had a very interesting conversation with a partner last week about the concept of solutions as surface area.  Think about an organization as a flat surface, a table for instance.  On the surface of this table are all the...


May 9, 2013  1:33 PM

DevOps: Operation Lessons from Factories, Marathons and Snowmen



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Cloud Applications, cloud computing, Cloud Management, Cloud Operations, DevOps, Open Clouds, PaaS

A few weeks ago we had the privilege of talking with Gene Kim on The Cloudcast (.net) about his new DevOps book,


April 27, 2013  12:30 AM

Is PaaS the Gateway Tool for Enterprise Cloud?



Posted by: Aaron Delp
Cloud Applications, cloud computing, Cloud Operations, Open Clouds, OpenShift, PaaS, Red Hat

I had some great conversations with the Red Hat folks at the OpenStack Summit last week.  Even though the focus of the event was around IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) and OpenStack specifically, I sat down with the Red Hat OpenShift PaaS...


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