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July 13, 2011  10:48 PM

What’s the deal, Amazon?



Posted by: Matt Heusser
amazon, cloud adoption, EC2, enterprise, Enterprise Cloud Adoption, risk

Note: This is an interlude. I want to talk more about the future of the IT profession, but I just checked my account summary from Amazon.com, and I feel sort of like Adam Savage from Mythbusters, when he accidentally

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June 22, 2011  10:08 AM

Your First Public Cloud – Part II



Posted by: Matt Heusser
cloud adoption, EC2, Enterprise Cloud Adoption

So far, we've signed up for a personal Amazon Web Services Account, learned a little bit about the Amazon Management Console, and, yes, even created a server in the cloud. Now if only we could actually do something with it ... Suddenly I have an idea for a follow-up post. :-) Today I'll show...


June 22, 2011  10:06 AM

Your First Public Cloud – Part I



Posted by: Matt Heusser
cloud adoption, EC2, Enterprise Cloud Adoption

In the first blog entry I wrote about how to dip your feet into the cloud, mostly by using someone else's cloud-based application.  In the


June 16, 2011  2:57 PM

On Cloud Adoption



Posted by: Matt Heusser
cloud adoption, EC2, Enterprise Cloud Adoption, lizard brain, S3

Last time I talked about how to respond when the big boss walks into your office and says something like "What are we doing about the cloud?  We need some of that...


June 14, 2011  5:12 PM

Navigating The Waters



Posted by: Matt Heusser
Amazon's Cloud Services, Cloud Backup, Cloud Performance Test, Cloud-Based Applications, EC2, Enterprise Cloud Adoption, File Syncronization, S3

Welcome to "Unchartered Waters", my blog exploring new ideas and concepts in information technology. Of course, if you have more than a few grey hairs in this game, you've likely seen "new ideas" before.  Two years ago, Web Services were going to re-define the way we delivered services.   Two...


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