Posts Tagged ‘OnDemand Speedlinks’

OnDemand Speed Links 16 February 2011

Is the timing ripe for Cloud Computing Capacity Marketplaces? The beta launch this week of SpotCloud; from Reuven Cohen’s firm Enomaly, is a first in terms of a company focusing on the trading of compute capacity. Although SpotCloud is first to market, I would expect many players in this space in the near future as…

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OnDemand Speed Links 28 October 2009

Amazon Launches Relational Database Service Amazon this week launched its Relational Database Service.(RDS) Amazon RDS is a MYSQL 5.1 database offering that will compete directly with Joyent’s recently announced MySQL Accelerator and indirectly (but not at an enterprise level) with Microsoft SQL Azure. Cloud Wars Begin Amazon also announced a 15% drop in pricing for…

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OnDemand Speed Links 28 April 2009

Are Cloud Computing Security Standards More Than an Afterthought? Good Article on CIO.com that talks about the nascent efforts on developing cloud computing security standards. What is Cloud Computing ?? What ISN’T cloud computing?? If you can skip past the marketing in the article,you will find one of the better definitions of Cloud Computing. Enterprise…

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OnDemand Speed Links 25 March 2009

Has SalesForce.Com’s Marc Benioff become the Billy Graham of SaaS Saleforce.com just turned 10 years old and all of Marc Benioff’s Cloud Computing evangelization has become the gospel in the tech industry. Is Google missing the boat in Enterprise Social Networking Juan Carlos Perez examines why Google lags behind other vendors in adding Enterprise Social Networking…

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OnDemand Speed Links Dec 21 2008

Twitter Becomes An Indispensable Business Tool Twitter is fast becoming a tool that businesses use for marketing, customer outreach, recruiting and customer support. Long Term View Of Web 2.0 Jeremy Liews views on how Web 2.0 companies will survive the current economic downturn. Appirio’s Top Ten 2009 Cloud Predictions Although Crystal Ball “Next Year” predictions are usually…

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