Cloud Computing Weekend Reading: AWS, Forbes, IBM, Open Source


Still can’t get enough information about Cloud Computing? Here is the weekend reading list for interesting Topics about Cloud Computing. Have a nice (and cloudy) weekend 🙂

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  • Google search to include your private Gmail soon? – In this Blog by Computerworld the possibility of Google to include Gmail Data into search is discussed. There is some interesting Feedback by some authors. Read more here.
  • Only 16% of people know what the Cloud is. Do you agree? Is Cloud Computing not well known enough? Most believed it was about drugs, pillows, the weather, or toilet paper. Read more on Forbes about it.
  • 5 considerations when moving to the cloud. IBM explains what we have to consider when moving to the cloud. The 5 Tips are Monitoring, Security, Performance, Vendor-Lockin and Migration. Read more about it here.
  • Amazon Web Services boss Andy Jassy on competition, price wars, and getting big. Read the interview with AWS boss Andy Jassy on his thoughts about Cloud Computing and what is going on right now in this sector. The interview can be found here.
  • The Role of Open Source in Cloud Computing Innovation. Interesting article about the role of Open Source for Cloud Computing. The article can be read here.
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Mario Meir-Huber

I work as Big Data Architect for Microsoft. With this role, I support my customers in applying Big Data technologies - mainly Hadoop/Spark - for their use-cases. I also teach this topic at various universities and frequently speak at various Conferences. In 2010 I wrote a book about Cloud Computing, which is often used at German & Austrian Universities. In my home country (Austria) I am part of several organisations on Big Data.

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