Things are heating up in the DMTF Cloud incubator. Back in September, VMWare submitted its vCloud API (or rather a “reader’s digest” version of it) to...
0 replies - 3206 views - 11/25/09 by William Vambenepe in News
The potential user impact of changes (e.g. patches or config
changes) made on the Cloud infrastructure (by the Cloud provider) is a
sore point in the Cloud...
0 replies - 3854 views - 10/15/09 by William Vambenepe in News
I don’t know anyone in Silicon Valley who can code and doesn’t
fantasize about writing an accidental killer app. One that gets
designed during a long...
0 replies - 2359 views - 10/05/09 by William Vambenepe in News
I am late to the party for commenting on the upstream and
downstream acquisitions involving SpringSource. I was away on
vacations, but Rod Johnson...
0 replies - 2515 views - 08/27/09 by William Vambenepe in News
What benefits does REST provide for configuration management (in traditional data center and in Clouds)?
Part 1 of the “REST in practice for IT and Cloud...
0 replies - 2418 views - 07/28/09 by William Vambenepe in News
In this entry I compare four public Cloud APIs (AWS EC2, GoGrid,
Rackspace and Sun Cloud) to see what practical benefits REST provides
1 replies - 3750 views - 07/20/09 by William Vambenepe in News
Before rushing to standardize “Cloud APIs”, let’s take a look back
at the previous attempt to tackle the same problem, which is one of IT
0 replies - 5966 views - 04/28/09 by William Vambenepe in News
I have nothing against Animoto. From what I know about them (mostly from John’s podcast with Brad Jefferson) they built their system, using EC2, in a very...
1 replies - 8497 views - 07/22/08 by William Vambenepe in News