Who’s Who in Cloud October 18, 2013

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Developers will face new challenges and opportunities in creating mobile applications.

Cloud computing, overall, is growing in the market, but underneath it lies concerns on how the industry will move forward. This week’s cloud computing and tech news feature discussions on IT infrastructure, computing power and mobile app development.

Bernard Golden pushes for automation to manage cloud computing so that users have the computing power.

You don’t really want to be a cloud washer in this world, says Alex Williams.

Barb Darrow reminds us what’s really important to OpenStack Havana going live.

Steve Beaver shares his POV on which market has benefited the most from virtualization and cloud computing.

Jason Bloomberg raises that apparently, Google is experiencing turbulence in the cloud computing biz, and that comes down how the enterprise operates culturally.

Sramana Mitra interviews Shaun Connolly, VP of Corporate Strategy at Hortonworks, who argues that data processing is the common thread that links four movements - social media, mobile computing, cloud computing, and big data – in the software industry.

Matthew Ingram covers Appurify co-founder and CEO Jay Srinivasan’s talk on mobile app development, and how it’s fundamentally broken at many companies.

Paul Rubens  discloses that developers will soon be able to exploit a new opportunity via an open-source secure cloud application development platform called Crypton.

Anyone surprised that apps deployed on the iPhone and iPad dominate in the enterprise? Matt Hamblen highlights interesting stats from a survey.

Did we miss anything good? Comment below and share with us which one was your favorite article and opinion.

By Isabella Lam

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