It’s really interesting to see that the Pirate Bay just found a new reason to get rid of its physical servers in exchange for moving to the cloud. Sure, lots of companies have made the move from physical servers to virtual servers to cloud, but it’s ironic that The Pirate Bay is inadvertently leading the…Read More
Here is a carefully assembled list of the most common – and annoying – marketing mistakes made by cloud (or non-cloud) companies. 1) Cloudwashing – treat all cloud stuff the same. Do you mean PaaS, SaaS, IaaS, or private cloud…. or just virtualization? Or maybe your kid’s aquarium service that has a web page with…Read More
Previous post: Ambient Cloud: Who is responsible for securing the cloud? We have mentioned that the enterprise is responsible for securing their own cloud and can give access to providers to assist in securing their cloud. (For an additional premium, of course.) But how should you approach security? There might be problems. 1. Extend your…Read More
This is pretty cool. I gave a talk last week at the Glue Conference in Denver about how ambient clouds ( http://cloud.trendmicro.com/good-clouds-evil-clouds-why-microsoft-has… )work and even used Skype as an example of a massive-scale ambient cloud.
This case raises some very important new questions around ambient clouds.