Who’s Who in Cloud August 17, 2012

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

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

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