Private Cloud Computing Training Course

Since I wrote Learning Tree’s first Cloud Computing course eighteen months ago, a number of related courses have been developed including: Cloud security Azure Amazon Web Services Cloud computing overview All of these provide attendees with the vital skills required to make the most appropriate use of Cloud Computing for their organisations. With the rapid […]
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“Agile” Cloud Computing

Agile I often see the word “Agile” associated with cloud computing. That’s a word I know well. I wrote a class on Agile Programming, and I teach XP and SCRUM. I believe I’m Agile in my projects. But what does it really mean? For some, “agile” is just a tactful way of saying “get it […]
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Learning Windows Azure

Over the past few months, I’ve written a series of articles on learning Microsoft Windows Azure. I thought it might be helpful if I listed them all in one place. Windows Azure Training Series – Understanding Subscriptions and Users Windows Azure Training Series – Setting up a Development Environment for Free Windows Azure Training Series – Creating […]
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Choosing Windows Azure or Amazon Web Services

Two of the largest providers of cloud computing services are Microsoft and Amazon. Both companies sell cloud services at every level of the cloud computing stack: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). The Windows Azure Platform In the world of cloud computing, Microsoft is probably […]
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Reasons for NOT Moving To The Cloud

Yesterday I read a great article by Ray DePena titled ‘65 Reasons for NOT Moving To The Cloud‘ which was written slightly ‘tongue in cheek’ but I believe highlights a number of important misconceptions about Cloud Computing. I urge you to read it. The key message that the article promotes is that there are very […]
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