- VMware CEO Causes Public Cloud Stir - Cloud-computing - - "Given a chance to supply more context through a transcript or to modify the exact quote, VMware spokesmen have declined to do so. So Gelsinger's words have to stand as noted. What's different about them is the opposition to public clouds that don't bear the VMware label."
- Open standards are key for security in the cloud - "The current divide between proprietary and open approaches to enterprise cloud computing has implications beyond the obvious. More than just issues of cloud interoperability and data portability, open standards have benefits for user identity, authentication and security intelligence that closed or proprietary clouds threaten to compromise."
- Yada Yada Yuppies - New York Times
- The Real Market Size of Public Cloud Services | Innovation Insights | Wired.com - It's important to understand what is actually being measured as "cloud services."
- Kubrick // One-Point Perspective on Vimeo - RT @SpragueD: This is what the internet is for: Kubrick One Point Perspective
- Dave and Gunnar #1: Fail Faster - RT @jkirklan: Check out a great new podcast by two great guys. The Dave and Gunnar podcast.
- Cloud Security Alliance Warns Providers of ‘The Notorious Nine’ Cloud Computing Top Threats in 2013 : Cloud Security Alliance
- Twitter / pythondj: Looking at things from a new ... - RT @pythondj: Looking at things from a new point of Origin today @RedHat #openshift :-)
- Digital Nibbles Podcast - Podcast - I'll be appearing on Digital Nibbles Wed 3/3 at 3!
- The Ted-O-Matic! How to Generate Your Own, Faux-Profound Ted Talk | Vanity Fair
- Giant virus found in tiny predator | Ars Technica - From the comments. A rant about grammar nitpicking.
- Canon Global : News | News Releases - Cool new very low light Canon video sensor
- How to use the rogue cloud to innovate the right cloud - Network World - RT @AndiMann: How to use the rogue #cloud to innovate the right cloud: (@NetworkWorld) < My new article. What ...
- Daring Fireball: Open and Shut - While I think Gruber makes some good points, I think he dismisses a little too easily virtues of openness as a development methodology and an ecosystem creator.
- The Making of Pulp Fiction: Quentin Tarantino’s and the Cast’s Retelling | Vanity Fair
- VMware: Stick with us because Amazon will kill us all — Tech News and Analysis - "VMware’s advantage is that nearly every company of any size runs vSphere in-house, but parlaying that virtualization dominance into the public cloud has proven difficult. Fair or not, VMware is seen as the expensive, proprietary option while AWS has become the go-to plan, at least for test and development environments. Now Amazon is pushing hard to win production workloads as evidenced by its big AWS: Reinvent show last November."
- The VMware Community Has the Innovator’s Dilemma | Forrester Blogs - "Forgive my frankness, Mr. Gelsinger, but you just don’t get it. Public clouds are not your enemy. And the disruption they are causing to your forward revenues are not their capture of enterprise workloads. The battle lines you should be focusing on are between advanced virtualization and true cloud services and the future placement of Systems of Engagement versus Systems of Record."
Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Posted by Gordon Haff at 1:49 PM