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BotchagalupeMarks for September 10th – 16:00

Friday, September 11th, 2009

These are my links for September 10th from 16:00 to 20:42: Sam Ramji is leaving Microsoft – Port 25: The Open Source Community at Microsoft – It's been a while since I made an appearance on Port25. I felt it was important to provide some thoughts to the Port25 community on Sam Ramji's impending departure [...]

BotchagalupeMarks for September 10th – 08:43

Friday, September 11th, 2009

These are my links for September 10th from 08:43 to 10:30: The Cambrian Age for IT | AlwaysOn – When I started to seriously think about Cloud Computing a couple of years ago, the metaphor that first came to mind was that the IT industry was now entering its Cambrian age. ViewYonder » Pandora’s Box [...]

Cloud Cafe #42 Infrastructure 2.0 With Greg Ness

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

I had a great time doing this podcast.  Greg Ness of Infoblox is a leader in the new Infrastructure 2.0 initiative.  We talk about the network being the new frontier for data center automation and clouds. Infrastructure and the Cambrian Explosion Infrastructure 2.0 The shell game of virtualization VLAN virtualization Infrastructure 2.0 working Group DNS [...]

Cloud Computing – IASA Atlanta September 2009

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

IASA Atlanta September 2009 View more presentations from Christopher Curtin.

BotchagalupeMarks for September 9th – 14:47

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

These are my links for September 9th from 14:47 to 20:32: Agile Testing: Bootstrapping EC2 images as Puppet clients – I've been looking at Puppet lately as an alternative to slack for automated deployment and configuration management. I can't say I love it, but I think it's good enough that it warrants banging your head [...]

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