Digest for May 18th, 2011
This week I’d like to welcome Rajesh Kolla, a Sogeti colleague and friend from our Houston office. Rajesh will be joining me on these digests as a guest author.
Did you ever feel that the term “Cloud computing” is being (mis)used in numerous contexts? If so, you are not alone. Here are four reasons that could provide some insight on why the term is so confusing.
I am sure that you might have observed that “mobility” and “cloud” are buzz words that have been floating around for a while. Here is an article that hints about the bright future of “mobile cloud”.
Amazon launches Dynamic Content support in CloudFront offering to improve performance and reliability of web sites with dynamic content.
HP’s cloud offerings enter into public beta and here is more information on these.
Whenever there is a cloud conversation with clients, security tops the list of concerns that are expressed. But here is a recent study report that showcases savings on security spending by SMB’s and provides compelling security argument for the cloud.
As we all know that, not all enterprise applications can/should be migrated to cloud right away. This is when hybrid cloud comes into play. Here are the top 10 tips by cloud experts for enterprises building hybrid clouds.
If Ruby developers have admiration for Heroku, what do .NET developers have for cloud other than Windows Azure? See here how a six-person startup trying to woo .NET developers and compete with Windows Azure.
Also last but not least, don’t forget to catch exciting Azure announcements live on 06/07. If you have not register for MeetWindowsAzure virtual event already, you can do so here right after reading this digest.