“ Maybe I’m an idiot, but I have no idea what anyone is talking about. What is it? It’s complete gibberish. It’s insane. When is this idiocy going to stop?” “ We'll make cloud computing announcements. I'm not going to fight this thing. But I don't understand what we would do differently in the light of cloud computing other than change the wording of some of our ads. That’s my view.” Oracle's Ellison about cloud computing Cloud computing ? http://bartongeorge.net/2009/09/28/kibitzing-about-the-cloud-ellison-goes-off/
6 tot 8 oktober 2009 Internationale gebruikersconferentie rond cloud computing. Zesde editie van deze conferentie. Cordial 2009 is een exclusief forum voor bekende cloud-experts, -dienstverleners en -gebruikers. Georganiseerd door: Leverancier van : Business Process Management in de cloud Cordial Cloudburst 2009 http://www.theprocessfactory.com/
Application Platforms in the Cloud: The Emerging Alternative Yefim V. Natis Yefim Natis is a vice president and Gartner distinguished analyst in Gartner Research. Mr. Natis' research focuses on enterprise software infrastructure, including such technologies as application servers, cloud computing and cloud application platforms, application platform suites, integration middleware and TP Monitors. Mr. Natis also researches the fundamental software architectures, including event-driven architecture, service-oriented architecture, .NET and Java EE. Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Natis worked at Magna Software, where he was director of software architecture and the principal architect of MAGNA X, a generator of service-oriented transaction-processing applications. Mr. Natis' experience also includes IT architecture and IT management positions at Hogan Systems and Citigroup. He has 26 years of experience in enterprise IT.
1.How will cloud computing change the IT practices and markets? 2.How will application platforms as a service differ from the conventional application platforms? 3.How will enterprise IT organizations use the opportunities of cloud computing and avoid its risks? Key Issues
System Infrastructure services Cloud Computing in the Enterprise, Frank Gens, SVP & Chief Analyst, IDC Shipping containers Most people buy computers one at a time, but Google thinks on a very different scale. Jimmy Clidaras revealed that the core of the company's data centers are composed of standard 1AAA shipping containers packed with 1,160 servers each, with many containers in each data center.
Cloud-Aware Enterprise: Three Platforms, Integrated by the Fourth
Conclusions • Monday Morning: -Become familiar with some of the cloud computing options. Try a small, low-risk APaaS application to get a sense of the new environment. • The Next 12 Months: -Look for opportunities of low risk to make some real contribution to your business using cloud computing services and APaaS. -Stay informed about new developments. Large software vendors will likely enter the field in some notable ways and will have to position their cloud strategies next to their traditional on-premises software strategy. -Continue to invest in SOA-style applications and infrastructure to be ready for cloud computing. • On the Radar Screen: -Prepare to use SaaS-style applications and possibly APaaS as well —next to traditional on-premises applications and tools. -Continue to strengthen your ability to integrate and compose applications built of heterogeneous and multisourced components.