Cloud Computing Around the Web – April 25 To May 1

Submitted by webmaster on May 02, 2011

Despite the host of issues, we certainly feel there’s a silver lining at the end of this outage tunnel and as we’ve previously stated, “[l]ast week’s issues at Amazon were not a failure of the “cloud” – but an opportunity to continue public education on cloud complexities and a moment of self-reflection.”

To help you keep up, here is a collection of tweets from our Twitter account last week, organized by topic. We feel that these tweets represent the most interesting and relevant information on cloud computing this week.

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Thoughts on the AWS Outage: Everything in moderation … even a single cloud provider

Cloud Computing Coverage

Final Thoughts on the Five-Day AWS Outage | eWeek
Morphlabs CEO Winston Damarillo on Amazon Outage: “Two things companies need to focus on to get a better understanding of their cloud solutions: diversity & control” | eWeek

Cloud Computing Headlines

Cloud computing’s growing pains | The Economist http://ow.ly/4KNKy
Report: Sizing The Cloud | Forrester
To Cloud or Not to Cloud. IS that the big IT question? | WSJ
Telcoms Look to Cloud Computing | NYTimes
A crack in the cloud: Why the Amazon outage caught so many by surprise | SearchCloudComputing

Cloud Computing Resources

Summary of the Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS Service Disruption in the US East Region | Amazon
Amazon’s lengthy cloud outage shows the danger of complexity | Ars Technica
Amazon Cloud Outage A ‘Cautionary Tale’ | CRN
Cloud: The MSPs’ Dilemma | DataCenterDynamics
Infographic: How Big is the World of Cloud Computing? | Wikibon

Cloud Computing Industry Numbers

Global market for cloud computing will grow to $241B in 2020 – Forrester | CIO

Cloud Computing Events

Interop Las Vegas May 9 to 12 |



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