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.

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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