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BotchagalupeMarks for September 13th – 08:17

Monday, September 14th, 2009

These are my links for September 13th from 08:17 to 09:47: CohesiveFT Elastic Server: From P2V to Z2V – hdknr’s posterous – Beginning about 4 years ago early adopters began the practice of P2V or Physical-to-Virtual. This involves running an agent that converts the hard drives of a physical server into virtual hard drives incorporated [...]

BotchagalupeMarks for September 12th – 14:54

Sunday, September 13th, 2009

These are my links for September 12th from 14:54 to 14:55: Micro vs. Macro Information Retrieval | The Noisy Channel – The Probably Irrelevant blog has been quiet for a while, but I was happy to see a new post there by Miles Efron about “micro-IR“. He characterizes micro-IR, as distinct from macro or general [...]

Top 10 Private Cloud Denial Statements

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

What rubbish. Cloud computing propaganda! Yeah, but I still don’t get it. Cloud this and cloud that; Sounds like a mainframe to me. Isn’t this the same thing as having your own data center? That’s just plain old grid computing. Doesn’t it have to connect to one of those puffy diagrams in order to be [...]

BotchagalupeMarks for September 11th – 20:01

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

These are my links for September 11th from 20:01 to 21:21: Hey, You, Get Off of My Cloud: Exploring Information Leakage in Third-Party Compute Clouds – However, in this paper, we show that this approach can also introduce new vulnerabilities. Using the Amazon EC2 service as a case study, we show that it is possible [...]

BotchagalupeMarks for September 11th – 08:01

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

These are my links for September 11th from 08:01 to 10:27: Cloud Computing for the Mainframe: Will It Ever Cross the Chasm? at Mainframe Executive – Managers also have listened to IBM and other vendors pitch their versions of utility computing, on-demand computing, and grid computing. Despite slight technical differences, all promised essentially the same [...]

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