- The CIO as a Business Service Conductor - The CA Cloud Storm Chasers - CA Technologies - "Then there is orchestration, where the complex parts for all the individual instruments are all played individually, but they are further connected to a whole orchestra of other instruments to create a more complete experience. Orchestration can handle greater volume and scale, it is more informed about the musical piece as a whole, rather than just each individual part."
- Death of a data haven: cypherpunks, WikiLeaks, and the world's smallest nation - Sealand and Haven Co revisted.
- Microsoft: entertainment overtakes multiplayer gaming usage on Xbox | The Verge - Xbox apparently (finally) becoming something of a media hub.
- Red Hat: What an open cloud really means - "But Haff and CIO Lee Congdon said true open projects have a number of characteristics that users should look for. For example, open clouds are fundamentally based on an open source code developed and supported by a viable independent community that is not run by a single vendor. Open clouds are unencumbered by patents and intellectual property restrictions, which means they have extensible and open application program interfaces (APIs) that are shared within the community, gives users the ability to move across various cloud environments easily."
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Posted by Gordon Haff at 10:47 AM