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Cloud Cafe #30 What is a Cloud from the Beginning

Friday, January 9th, 2009

It only took 30 podcasts to figure out a way to get my favorate analyst, and IT management co host on my Cloud Cafe series.  Actually I wanted the 30th podcast to be special and I had this idea of doing a “What is a Cloud from the Beginning” a few weeks back.  At first [...]

Cloud Cafe #29 GridGain A Grid in a Cloud

Saturday, January 3rd, 2009

I must say this podcast surprised me. I had never heard of GridGain until a day before this podast. Nikita Ivanovast the founder of GridGain pinged me and wanted to know if I would be interested in doing a podcast. A couple of minutes into this podcast and I was fascinated with their technology. This [...]

Cloud Cafe #28 – Skytap

Monday, December 8th, 2008

This is an interesting podcast with Skytap.   Skytap has found a nice niche in the cloud providing PaaS based testing and training cloud structures.  I was able to have Steve Brodie, Chief Product and Marketing Officer of Skytap, to walk me through their services. I think you will enjoy this podcast. Listen to the [...]

Cloud cafe #25 – Rackspace, Mosso, and JungleDisk

Friday, November 28th, 2008

I thought I had lost this podcast, but yesterday I found it on one of my many scattered USB sticks.  Excuse me for the out order numbering; however, this is a great Podcast with Lew Moorman, Chief Strategy Officer at RackSpace, and Co founders of Mosso, Jonathan Bryce and Todd Morey.  We play a little [...]

Cloud Cafe #27 – What is a Cloud?

Monday, November 24th, 2008

I guess it might seem silly to ask this question after 26 podcasts on said subject.  However, when you get a chance to ask this question to two smart guys like Geva Perry (Thinking out Cloud) and James Urquhart (Wisdom of Clouds) the the question doesn’t seem that silly.  We walk through a lot of [...]

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