There's been a lot of discussion about multi-tenancy since the
arrival of cloud computing. Multi-tenancy is the act of hosting multiple
0 replies - 1316 views - 03/01/12 by JP Morgenthal in Articles
Cloud Ready Computing
Cloud computing offers significant economies in deploying and managing
applications. While enterprises are not yet...
0 replies - 1207 views - 02/29/12 by Chris Keene in Articles
With the recent Spring 12 release of Salesforce very few would have noticed a little unsung feature that will change the way many applications interact with...
0 replies - 1591 views - 02/28/12 by Ross Mason in Announcements
A while ago I wrote
about how we package and push Rails assets to Amazon S3. We version
assets with the GIT hash – varying the assets by URL enables...
0 replies - 2266 views - 02/28/12 by Daniel Doubrovkine in Articles
2012 is about two months old, but
there’s already been plenty of cloud news. Predictions for 2012
continued to roll in — and not all of them are...
0 replies - 1765 views - 02/27/12 by Eric Berg in Articles
Recently OASIS standards body started work on the proposed Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications
(or TOSCA) for short, standards...
1 replies - 3271 views - 02/26/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
We sat down with Steve Levine from The Cloudist TV to discuss how Xeround’s database-as-a-service got started, our value proposition, how we are different...
0 replies - 1135 views - 02/25/12 by Avi Kapuya in Articles
At VMworld, I had lunch with an Enterprise CIO who told me that they had
just written a high 8-figure check to Microsoft for a new ELA. While
part of this...
0 replies - 811 views - 02/24/12 by Brian Gracely in Articles
MySQL Replication tends to be complex.
Creating a new slave to support your system expansion is not easier:
copying large data files over the LAN,...
0 replies - 3809 views - 02/24/12 by Moshe Kaplan in Articles
In APIs and the Growing Influence of Developers I wrote about three general eras in software business models: High-Touch, Open and Cloud.In
0 replies - 2198 views - 02/23/12 by Geva Perry in Articles
Check out our roundup of some of last week’s most interesting cloud-related news:
Identity as a Service (IDaaS)
For his February column
for Windows IT...
0 replies - 1386 views - 02/23/12 by Eric Berg in Articles
I can store pedabytes of data in the cloud. I can run my E-mail,
communications, CRM, HR and Accounting in the cloud. My employees can
live and work...
0 replies - 1721 views - 02/23/12 by JP Morgenthal in Articles
I am so impressed with Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud
service that I just...
0 replies - 1887 views - 02/22/12 by Cody Powell in Articles
Last week I gave a keynote presentation at the CloudConnect
conference in Santa Clara. The title of the presentation was: "Surprise!
0 replies - 3606 views - 02/21/12 by Geva Perry in Articles
I’ve had this idea for about a week now — I want to store my working
source-code tree in the cloud, securely, so that I can access it from my
0 replies - 1755 views - 02/20/12 by Micheal Shallop in Articles