Private Clouds Should Not Be Ignored

With the publicity surrounding Cloud Computing it is easy to form the opinion that Cloud Computing means using Microsoft Azure, Google App Engine or Amazon EC2. These are public clouds that are shared by many organisations. Related to using a public cloud is the question of security. What often gets missed in these discussions is […]
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Amazon EC2 High Performance Cloud Computing

I recently commented on the Amazon AWS rapid rate of innovation. On a similar theme comes todays announcement of Amazon Compute Cluster instances for Amazon EC2. These instances are specifically designed for High Performance Computing applications and network bound applications. During a recent teach of Learning Tree’s Cloud Computing course, when discussing architectures, topologies and […]
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Worker Role Communications in Windows Azure, Part 2

In a previous post we explored exposing an endpoint in a worker role to the outside world. Here we will examine one way to implement communication between worker roles internally. Basically, the idea is this: Figure 1 Direct Role to Role Communication in Windows Azure We could implement an architecture where all worker roles communicate […]
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Cloud Computing – The Confusion

Over the last few months I have been monitoring IT professionals understanding of what cloud computing actually is. As part of my daily consulting activities and also from attendees when presenting the Learning Tree cloud computing course the results are interesting. IT and business professionals have so many different views of what cloud computing actually […]
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12 Ways to Secure the Cloud – Resistance is Futile

I keep reading that people are resisting the cloud because of security. Here are twelve things you can do to makes sure your clooud applications are secure.
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