Microsoft and Private Clouds

Private clouds have been the subject of many of my recent posts for many reasons. There is a large interest in this area of cloud computing and there is always much to report on, whether new products from dedicated private cloud organisations such as Eucalyptus, or the computing giants such as Oracle. Today, my focus […]
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Private Clouds and Agility

As a director of a software company, one of the challenges I have is to make sure we keep innovating and delivering software in a timely manner. In addition, there is the little matter of not only delivering, but delivering useful software that the end-user actually wants. This is no small challenge and the trend […]
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Microsoft Azure – Or Is It ?

Microsoft Azure, the umbrella name for Microsoft’s cloud computing services has over the past week or so come under focus because of the direct competition from Amazon who released Elastic BeanStalk for .NET as an alternative to the Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS) and also SQL Server as part of their Relational Data Service (RDS) […]
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Billing Alerts Help Prevent Surprise Bills

Recently I was travelling from my home town Leicester to London by train for a meeting with a consulting client. I arrived at the train station at 6am for a 6.30am train, purchased a ticket and then heard an announcement that the train drivers were on strike and a very limited service was running. A […]
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Amazon AWS Releases Beanstalk for .NET

I have written about Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk for Java and more recently for PHP. This Platform as a Service (PaaS) is incredibly good and eliminates the need for much of the traditional administration required when running Web applications. For Java and PHP developers, as well as Ruby, Python and other languages, there is a wide […]
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