By John | April 6, 2009
These are my links for April 3rd through April 5th:
- Programmer Land: Hadoop, EC2 and S3 – Seems like an easy alternative to Elastic Map Reduce (for free) …
- Rackspace’s Moorman Rises to Cloud President – San Antonio-based Rackspace reported Wednesday that it has promoted Lew Moorman to president of its cloud computing business.
- Analysis: Which URL Shortening Service Should You Use? – URL shortening services are experiencing a renaissance in the age of Twitter. When every character counts, these services reduce long URLs to tiny forms. But which is the best to use, when so many are offered and new ones seem to appear each day? Below, issues to consider and a breakdown of popular services, including recommendations and services to avoid (the new DiggBar being one of these).
- Mosso: The Hosting Cloud » Blog Archive » Today from Mosso: Red Hat Enterprise Available on Cloud Servers and MS SQL 2008 on Cloud Sites – When you spin up a cloud server and you’re ready to choose an operating system, you’ll find that you can now select ‘Red Hat Enterprise Linux’ from our list of Linux distributions. That’s a new addition to a solid collection of other distributions (Ubuntu 8.10, Ubuntu 8.04.1, Debian 4.0, Gentoo 2008, Centos 5.2, Fedora 10, and Arch 2007.08, to name a few).