- MeriTalk: PaaS Can Cut Federal Spending by $20.5B Annually | Cloud Computing Research content from Talkin' Cloud - "A study conducted by MeriTalk, a public-private partnership that focuses on serving the government IT sector, and underwritten by Red Hat (RHT), indicates that the federal government could save upwards of $20.5 billion by using PaaS. According to MeriTalk, that's equivalent to 25 percent of the feds' current IT budget."
- Demand Media: Rise and Fall o f a Content Farm | Variety - I tagged this with journalism when I saved it to my saved links. But that would really be "journalism"
- Twitter / benkepes: Now this is very interesting. ... - RT @benkepes: Now this is very interesting. #CloudFoundry vs #OpenShift in Google trends
- Big data reconsidered: it's the economics, stupid
- 5 Pillars Of Enterprise PaaS Strategy - InformationWeek - RT @annaucbo: 5 Pillars Of Enterprise PaaS Strategy by@krishnan - InformationWeek via @InformationWeek
- Red Hat Advances OpenShift Enterprise Platform-as-a-Service - RT @TechJournalist: Red Hat Advances OpenShift Enterprise Platform-as-a-Service
- PaaS and DevOps: A Marriage of Seamless Collaboration | OpenShift by Red Hat - RT @krishnan: OpenShift helps us segregate the developer from the infrastructure says Cisco IT. A point I highlighted in this post
- Don’t Cry for New York Magazine and Journalism (Yet, Anyway) | TIME.com - "So the problems of print are related to the problems of professional journalism. But it’s important to remember that the two are not the same. Information is a social need. Paper is an aesthetic preference."
- Google Cloud Platform Blog: Red Hat and Google Compute Engine – Extending the Datacenter - RT @mikeferris: Google Cloud Platform Blog: Red Hat and Google Compute Engine – Extending the Datacenter
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Posted by Gordon Haff at 10:03 AM