Uncommon Wisdom:

October, 2011

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October 26, 2011  8:36 PM

Amazon earnings disappoint, Juniper opens OpenFlow



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Amazon, Amazon EC2, cloud provider, cloud revenue, EC2, Juniper, Juniper Networks, OpenFlow, QFabric, quarterly reports

Amazon's third quarter earnings disappointed almost everyone, and the fact that there were so many different views about just what was disappointing makes it all the more challenging to analyze. Many...

October 24, 2011  2:46 PM

What’s up, what’s down: Oracle pushes into cloud CRM, hardware investments languish



Posted by: Tom Nolle
AT&T, cloud CRM, Cloud Services, Oracle, Oracle Public Cloud, RightNow, SaaS, telecom capex, Verizon

Some things are up, some are down, I guess.  That seems to be true with regard to tech signals this morning, anyway.  Oracle is buying RightNow, a CRM cloud player, and the Street is...


October 12, 2011  9:59 PM

Clouds and on-ramps: Tying cloud services to the devices, networks



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Apple, cloud ecosystem, HP, iCloud, mobile cloud

HP is now "officially" reviewing its decision to shed its PC unit, and I’ve got to admit that I’m not convinced here. As I’ve blogged before, the PC market is commoditized...


October 7, 2011  9:37 PM

Looking at, and through, clouds: A check of key vendors’ cloud strategies



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Alcatel-Lucent, Amazon, Amazon EC2, Apple, appliances, Cloud computing, cloud computing services, cloud ecosystem, cloud provider, Cloud Services, Ericsson, Google, networking market, networking vendors, Oracle, Oracle Public Cloud, Sony

There are signs that the networking industry is doing a bit more weaving and bobbing as it looks for a position that sustains revenue and profit growth. One big item is the story that Sony...

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October 6, 2011  4:58 PM

Steve’s legacy: Don’t lose sight of the service layer



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Apple, cloud monetization, cloud provider, Cloud Services, mobile cloud, service delivery platform, service layer architecture, Steve Jobs

There’s no way that any blogger in technology could not, today, offer a tribute to the greatest innovator that the technology industry has ever known. Steve Jobs was a true giant in a world of pretenders, a man who...


October 3, 2011  10:08 PM

More clouds, if that’s possible!



Posted by: Tom Nolle
cloud computing services, iPhone, Juniper, nosql, Oracle, service layer

Apple is expected to launch its iPhone 5 this week, and like all Apple events, this one is generating more than its share of speculation. It’s like a red carpet event for the Apple...


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