Archive for the 'OnDemand Software' Category

Why Developers Hate Platform As A Service

January 5, 2011
Written by Ameed Taylor

Not being a pure software developer myself, I never quite understood why many developers do not like the current PAAS environments on the market.

Randy Hearn, a senior research analyst with Info-Tech Research Group; gives food for thought on how PAAS vendors can make their solutions more appealing to developers.

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Microsoft Announces New Windows Azure Features

October 28, 2010
Written by Ameed Taylor

Microsoft announced a number of new capabilities and services for Windows Azure at its PDC10 conference.

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Structure 2010 Conference Kicks Off This Week

June 22, 2010
Written by Ameed Taylor

GigaOm’s Structure 2010 conference kicks off this week in San Francisco. Structure 2010 is spread over 2 full days and includes an impressive list of speakers and sessions in addition to a launchpad.

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OnDemand Speed Links 5 April 2010

April 5, 2010
Written by Ameed Taylor



Version 3 of the Cloud Computing Use Cases Published

The Cloud Computing Use Case Discussion Group has published Version 3 of the Cloud Computing Use Cases Series. Version 3 of the Series focuses on Security in the Cloud

China Is World’s Fastest Growing Software Market
Gartner Report that outlines how China will remain the worlds fastest growing Enterprise Software Market through 2013. Areas of high growth will include On Demand ERP and data integration soltions

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CloudShare Democratizes The Cloud

March 12, 2010
Written by Ameed Taylor

One of the more eagerly adopted cloud services thus far in 2010 has been CloudShare Pro. CloudShare Pro is a “light” version of CloudShare’s Enterprise level product and is aimed at individuals and small teams who want to quickly set up training, sales or testing environments in the cloud and share copies with other colleagues.

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Red Hat OpenSource Cloud Computing Forum

February 11, 2010
Written by Ameed Taylor

Below are three of the more interesting/promising presentations from the recent Red Hat sponsored OpenSource Cloud Computing Forum.