How to Virtualize and Move to Cloud Computing

Chapter 4 of 4 – BCS Attenda Q&A – Cloud Computing


www.attenda.net Where will you sit in the cloud? Debate surrounding the core topics of cloud computing, and why Attenda are at the forefront of cloud hosting technologies. Chapter 4 of 4

Chapter 3 of 4 – BCS Attenda Q&A – Cloud Computing


www.attenda.net Where will you sit in the cloud? Debate surrounding the core topics of cloud computing, and why Attenda are at the forefront of cloud hosting technologies. Chapter 3 of 4

Chapter 2 of 4 – BCS Attenda Q&A – Cloud Computing


www.attenda.net Where will you sit in the cloud? Debate surrounding the core topics of cloud computing, and why Attenda are at the forefront of cloud hosting technologies. Chapter 2 of 4

Chapter 1 of 4 – BCS Attenda Q&A – Cloud Computing


www.attenda.net Where will you sit in the cloud? Debate surrounding the core topics of cloud computing, and why Attenda are at the forefront of cloud hosting technologies. Chapter 1 of 4

Cloud Computing


Learn what cloud computing is and why it’s important to investors.

Patrick Ciccarelli, Varsity Technologies: Growing Managed Services with the Cloud Computing


Patrick Ciccarelli of Varsity Technologies offers a project approach to growing managed services with Cloud computing at Ingram Micro’s Cloud Summit conference. View the entire video at: www.ingrammicro.com

Josh Mcginty – NASA’s Nebula Cloud Computing


Dell’s cloud evangelist Barton George interviews Nebula’s chief architect, at the inaugural OpenStack design summit in Austin.

Panel Introductions for TechCrunch Cloud Computing Roundtabl


Marc Benioff-Salesforce, Vic Gundotra-Googe, Amitabh Srivastava-Windows Azure, Lew Tucker-Sun Microsystems, Scott Dietzen, Yahoo, Paul Buchheit-FriendFeed, Werner Vogels-Amazon, Mike Schroepfer-Facebook, Gina Bianchini-Ning, John Engates-Rackspace TechCruch Cloud Computing

This Week in Cloud Computing #22 with Thomas Pederson of OneLogin


This week we have Paul McNamara, Entrepreneur in residence, Adobe Systems and Thomas Pedersen, Co-founder & CEO, OneLogin. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to www.thisweekin.com. Amanda Coolong, David Linthicum, and Mark Jeffrey host This Week in Cloud Computing. NEWS HEADLINES Story 1 Rackspace has announced an Open Source cloud platform called ‘OpenStack’. Will OpenStack create standardization in the cloud? Will this move accelerate cloud innovations? How will it effect Amazon EC2? Story 2 Intel & Limelight Networks have invested in the cloud gaming service, Gaikai How soon before cloud based gaming really takes off? Story 3 Dave’s InfoWorld Blog: End times for server virtualization Will virtualization be engineered out of the cloud? Story 4 Zscaler has added email to its security cloud Despite the obvious benefit of hosting security in the cloud, many companies still prefer on-premise security solutions. Why? Story 5 Google has signed a 20 year agreement to buy power from an Iowa wind farm called NextEra Energy Resources. Why NOT use it to directly power its data centers? SPONSOR BREAK – www.stormondemand.com INTERVIEW Paul McNamara, Entrepreneur in residence, Adobe Systems Previously CEO of Coghead, a cloud computing company acquired by SAP in 09 El Dorado Ventures, SGI, Linux, Red Hat under your belt SPONSOR BREAK – www.virtacore.com APP OF THE WEEK Thomas Pedersen, Co-founder & CEO, OneLogin (“One login to bind them all”) Single sign-on