SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Cloud Connect, produced by UBM
TechWeb, recently conducted an enterprise cloud adoption study in
partnership with research firm, Everest Group, resulting in expanded new
program elements for the Chicago event including focused workshops on Private
Cloud, Big Data and Cloud Security. In addition to expanded workshops, Cloud
Connect's keynote line-up continues to grow, featuring Winthrop Short, the VP
of Technology for Orbitz Worldwide who will discuss big data and Craig
McLuckie, the Product Manager of Google Compute Engine, who will dive deep
into Google's cloud platform. As the premier technology event for the cloud
community, featuring the latest technologies, strategies and innovations,
Cloud Connect Chicago will take place September 10-13, 2012 at the Hyatt
Regency O'Hare, Chicago, IL. To register or for more informat... (more)
Cloud Computing on Ulitzer
”We’re very proud that Rackspace’s reputation for innovation,
opportunity and growth are attracting top technical and business talent from
industry players that have been there, and done that,” said Emil Sayegh
(pictured below), General Manager of The Rackspace Cloud, as it was announced
today that six new key personnel have joined the company to spearhead
strategic technology efforts aimed to position the company for continued
growth and technology leadership.
“We’re continuing investment to deepen our leadership product development
bench to support ou... (more)
Cloud Expo New York $500 Savings here!
In the old world of IT, if you didn't have hardware capacity or the budget to
buy more, your project was dead in the water. Budget constraints can leave
some of the best, most creative and most ingenious innovations on the cutting
room floor. It's a true dilemma for developers and innovators - why spend the
time creating, when a project could be abandoned in a blink? That was the old
world. In the new world of IT, developers rule. They have access to resources
they can spin up instantly.
A hybrid cloud ignites innovation and empowers develop... (more)
With 9th Cloud Expo - Cloud Expo Silicon Valley - still in full swing at the
Santa Clara Convention Center in California, what is being said about the
future landscape of cloud computing? In this round-up we asked a variety of
members of the cloud computing ecosystem, from CIOs to independent
consultants to marketeers.
We asked in each case for their top five predictions. Here are their views on
what's in store in 2012:
Santa Clara Convention Center is getting ready for Cloud Expo Silicon Valley
DIY Service Provision | Cloud of Devices | Security Breach Looms |
Personalized SPs ... (more)
OpenStack is an open-source cloud framework for building on-demand
Infrastructure as a Service.
This tutorial in essence distills from this two-page set of instructions for
setting up devstack on a single server primarily for use by developers.
I used a DELL 1950 with 8 GB of RAM, internal hard-drives and two 1000 MB
Download and Set Up Ubuntu
Download Ubuntu 11.10 from here and burn to DVD Boot the server from the DVD
and start the install. I installed the BASE SYSTEM and only one optional
package, the OpenSSH Server. I named my server "ubuntu-server" I configured... (more)
After OpenStack was announced at OSCON in the summer of 2010, the degree of
momentum behind this new open source platform has been nothing short of
spectacular. Startups and enterprises alike have placed their strategic bets
to monetize the OpenStack wave in various ways. As an ecosystem insider and
one of the founding sponsors of the OpenStack Foundation, I wanted to offer
my views on how various organizations are looking to skin this cat.
I'd like to focus on three of the many efforts currently underway. These
three, in particular, happen to be the most vocal about their positio... (more)