Comments on My take on databases in the Cloud2013-05-07T13:39:52Zhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/sql-server/my-take-on-databases-in-the-cloud/feed/atom/By: SmturSmturhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/sql-server/?p=501#comment-12532011-07-22T03:54:14Z2011-07-22T03:54:14ZI wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoying every little bit of it I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post.
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]]>By: 0191150665701911506657http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/sql-server/?p=501#comment-10092011-04-15T14:15:29Z2011-04-15T14:15:29ZFantastic article it is I already read your post. I think this post is very very important and valuable.
]]>By: MrdennyMrdennyhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/sql-server/?p=501#comment-8852011-04-06T16:17:30Z2011-04-06T16:17:30ZThe cloud based products will continue to grow as time goes on. The company I work for today has some stuff in the cloud, but our core application is a Software as a Service (or cloud) application so there isn’t much more we could move into the public cloud if we wanted to.
]]>By: ApollosanApollosanhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/sql-server/?p=501#comment-8822011-04-06T09:57:21Z2011-04-06T09:57:21Zthis part is really comendable What do you think will happen to the cloud? Where do you see it being really useful? Will you be moving applications into the cloud at your current company, at a future company?
]]>By: ExportberaterExportberaterhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/sql-server/?p=501#comment-7482011-02-09T16:46:12Z2011-02-09T16:46:12ZI really do not understand what you mean by this metaphor of a cloud…
]]>By: DorianGDorianGhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/sql-server/?p=501#comment-4682010-06-11T17:20:54Z2010-06-11T17:20:54ZThe cloud isn’t perfect for everything as you’ve mentioned; e.g. large business that require control and security. From a technical standpoint, the cloud is also probably not going to be a very good solution for any size business that deals with tons of sub 4kb files or instances where there are tons of database requests. For example, I’m currently running a few [A href="http://www.bluelock.com"]vm ware[/A] servers in the cloud and they are totally being outperformed latency wise by my old dedicated machines when it comes to quick database access and small file read; e.g emails. (I wonder if i could ask to use a different file system like maybe ReiserFS) However, fortunately, I didn’t change to these vm ware servers because I was looking for speed. Actually, I was looking for cloud based redundancy on the cheap. Anyway, there are trade offs for sure. Nice article.