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BotchagalupeMarks for November 23rd – 14:56

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

These are my links for November 23rd through November 24th: Google Partners with Canonical for Chrome OS – PC World – Some people may see Google's Chrome operating system as competing with existing Linux desktop distributions. Canonical, the company behind popular Linux distribution Ubuntu, isn't one of them. They're working with Google to make Chrome. [...]

BotchagalupeMarks for November 20th – 15:32

Saturday, November 21st, 2009

These are my links for November 20th from 15:32 to 17:00: 8 Steps for Well-Grounded Cloud Computing – By now, many of you have been hearing all the grand talk about cloud computing: how it enables companies to get rid of their IT costs and instead pay by the drink for capabilities provided by an [...]

BotchagalupeMarks for November 19th – 12:20

Friday, November 20th, 2009

These are my links for November 19th from 12:20 to 16:04: Rackspace Cloud Computing & Hosting |  Writing Code that Scales – The web is huge, and it’s getting bigger every single day. If you’re writing a web scale application that will reach millions of end users, you may need to think carefully about how you [...]

BotchagalupeMarks for November 18th – 11:41

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

These are my links for November 18th from 11:41 to 16:35: 6 Months In: Fully Automated Provisioning Revisited – Blog – dev2ops – Solving Large Scale Web Operations and DevOps Problems – It's been about six months since I co-authored the "Web Ops 2.0: Achieving Fully Automated Provisioning" whitepaper along with the good folks at Reductive [...]

BotchagalupeMarks for November 17th – 14:15

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

These are my links for November 17th through November 18th: Linux and The Enterprise Cloud: A Canonical Gig – Earlier this week I was lucky enough to present to Canonical customers and prospects about what’s going on with the enterprise Cloud market. I was a little nervous because Simon Wardley was on the same agenda, [...]

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