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Hosting elastic applications in the Cloud using Scalr

Friday, November 21st, 2008

Hosting elastic applications in the Cloud using Scalr .

Rackspace v Amazon (Mano-a-Mano)

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

Mosso, Rackspace’s Cloud Division, Enables Cloud Files with Limelight Networks Content Delivery Service Rackspace/Mosso’s Cloud Files now has a CDN hook similar to Amazon’s new CloudFront. Basically you store data in “Cloud Files” and enable the data for Limelight’s CDN. Then Limelight’s network pulls it from the closest Mosso server, caches the content within their [...]

What Color is Your Cloud?

Monday, November 17th, 2008

I’ll admit I have hated CA for as long as I can remember. At the first startup I ever worked at we used to have Mary Kay cosmetic like sessions with “Kill CA” painted in Pink blood all over our faces (not really, but close). Although, I have never worked for Tivoli directly, I have [...]

Awsome Meetup 11/11/08 – Google App Engine and Ylastic

Thursday, November 6th, 2008

Agenda: 7:00 Google App Engine Noah Gift, local Atlanta Python and GAE expert, will be giving a presentation on Google App Engine. Noah is currently working on a GAE book for O’Reilly. 8:00 Ylastic A local Atlanta cloud vendor will show their Amazon Web Services (AWS) dashboard and tools. They will also be able to [...]

CloudDroplets

Thursday, November 6th, 2008

Drop 1 For the rest of the year I am working for the man… Hence, I have a 1 hour commute every morning. I am going to try and make good use of my time by recording short Cloud briefings each morning reviewing any relevant cloud news in the cloud-o-Sphere. This is my first drop. [...]

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