I’m heading down to London tomorrow, for the city’s third CloudCamp. If
you’re in the area Thursday afternoon or Friday morning, do say Hi.
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Google held a small event in London late last month, at which senior
executives from a wide range of organisations gathered to discuss the impact
of the Cloud. Presenters included luminaries such as Marc Benioff, Werner
Vogels, Geoffrey Moore and Nick Carr, as well as CIOs at the coalface in
adopting various Cloud (mainly SaaS) solutions.
Carr blogged on Friday, noting that video from the event has been made
available on YouTube, and I’ve been steadily working through the material
Krish followed up on CloudAve with his take, flagging Carr’s pr... (more)
At the end of last month, I wrote about the new Semantic Link podcast that
I’m involved with for SemanticWeb.com.
We recorded the first episode earlier this week and it’s now online, along
with an introduction to the series from myself.
Please do have a listen, and let me know what you think whilst I work out how
to automate adding these to my sidebar on this site…
I look forward to lining up some great conversations – and guests – in
the year ahead. We will record and publish regularly each month. Where we can
agree a topic well ahead of the recording date, I’ll let you know via ... (more)
I used to podcast pretty regularly, on this site and elsewhere. Then other
things got in the way and, before I knew it, almost two years had passed
since my last podcast here.
Well, it’s time to put that right. I’m podcasting again, and I’ve got a
nice pipeline of guests lined up over the next few weeks.
First up, and breaking me in gently, is another lapsed podcaster; Marc
Farley. Marc is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at StorSimple, a storage
company acquired by Microsoft back in 2012. He’s also pretty active on
Twitter, and probably well known to those of you in the storag... (more)
Portland-based Orchestrate (orchestrate.io) rolls out its commercial NoSQL
offering today, claiming to significantly decrease the time, cost and
complexity of putting cloud-based data to work.
I took the chance to speak with co-founder and CEO (and former Basho
co-founder) Antony Falco, to learn more about the company and the problems
it’s seeking to address. Our chat ended up becoming quite a wide-ranging
discussion of the world of databases, and it’s embedded here as a podcast.
The Orchestrate team suggests that a ‘typical’ web application today can
use as many as five differen... (more)