Friday! Though nothing juicy this week from the Woz. Alas! But its time once again for the weekly round-up of the best cloud computing blogs and articles published on the web.
Who’s Who in Cloud
As always, if you know any good articles, send them over to @CloudGathering.
Check out the previous Who’s Who in Cloud to see who has made the list in the past.
Joe Panettieri: Cloud providers don’t fear Amazon, but maybe Rackspace – or each other!
Mike Lynch: So great cloud predictions every CIO should know.
David Linthicum: Another masterful piece by D.Linthicum, detailing the business value the cloud presents to decisions makers in the regular business units outside IT.
Sramana Mitra: Great interview with a cloud computing thought leader, Mike Toplisek.
Ken Rutsky: What adopting a cloud mindset really means for businesses.
Mike Barton: Will Openstack give some props to Red Hat???
Dana Gardner: ServiceMesh Agility Platform 8.0 aims to help enterprises rein in ‘shadow IT’ and rogue cloud usage.
Steve Lohr: Big data in the NYTIMES – How it got so big!
David Marshall: More acquisitions by VMware to cement its cloud readiness…
Barb Darrow: Rackspace making some moves with Openstack private clouds.
Krishnan Subramanian: Misconceptions about federated clouds.
Abdul Salam: Cloud Computing is making our lives better everyone!
Ben Kepes: Is big data worth the hype? Might be in the enterprise…
Brendan Butler: VMware and Rackspace are offering free/low-cost cloud computing trials.
Joe McKendrick: Top 25 cloud apps for freelancers around.
See you all next Friday!
By Jake Gardner