Who’s Who in Cloud September 21, 2012

FRIDAY! And what a Friday it is. Its also the autumnal equinox for all those paying attention: the official end of summer. Alas, summer might be gone for this year, but plenty of cloud goodness remains. Check out the best articles from this week below.

Who's Who in Cloud: A Round-up of the best publishing in Cloud

Who’s Who in Cloud: A Round-up of the best publishing in Cloud

Jeff Vance: Will OpenStack usher a cloud revolution?

Joe McKendrick: Proving how cloud apps are more secure than on-premise apps.

James Mitchell: Amazon’s resource exchange isn’t going so well…

Adam Riglian: PaaS is evolving, so says Adam.

Dick Weisenberg: What does it mean to be Open Cloud?

Doug Bonderud: What private cloud isn’t and why that matters.

Barb Darrow: Excellent article on how LOB execs are increasingly making IT decisions, and what this means.

Barb Darrow: She’s been doing some major publishing this week. Now Barb delves into the cloud penetration in Europe.

Paul Krill: Heroku is bringing cloud and java together.

Brandon Butler: 5 things private cloud is not.

Mark Peters: Tech is not enough to handle big data.

Jen Cohen: Can cloud computing save money?

David Linthicum: the visionary D.Linthicum delivers a great read on the tipping point for cloud management.

Ben Kepes: Salesforce is becoming the first generation enterprise cloud platform.

Joe Panettieri: Google and SSAE16 Compliance Audits – Security assured?

Krishnan Subramanian: Citrix and Cumulogic – embracing PaaS.

David Marshall: U.S. Dept of Transportation has moved all its apps tot he cloud.

Klint Finley: Rackspace embraces Open Source Cloud.

By Jake Gardner

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