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Hybrid–The New Normal

From Cars to Clouds, The Hybrids are HereMost of us are hybrids.  I’m Hawaiian and Portuguese with a bit of English and old time Shogun.  The mix is me.  I bet you probably have some mix from your parents which makes you a... Read more
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The Venerable Vulnerable Cloud

Ever since cloud computing burst onto the technology scene a few short years ago, Security has always been a top concern.  It was cited as the biggest hurdle in many surveys over the years and in 2010, I covered a lot of those in my... Read more
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The Cloud Impact and Adoption Infographic

Maybe you’ve noticed but I’ve been on an infographic kick lately – especially when it’s something interesting.  This time it is an aggregated infographic of data primarily from Forrester, IDC and Gartner as it pertains to the cloud’s impact... Read more
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The Cloud’s Hidden Costs

Survey says…and many companies believe that moving architecture, resources or other IT infrastructure pieces to the cloud will save them money.  That’s been one of the biggest selling points of cloud computing – pay as you go, metered... Read more
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Surfing the Surveys: Cloud, Security and those Pesky Breaches

While I’m not the biggest fan of taking surveys, I sure love the data/reports that are generated by such creatures.  And boy has there been a bunch of recent statistical information released on cloud computing, information security, breaches... Read more
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Hey You, Get Off-ah My Cloud!

Who would have thought that a Rolling Stones song written almost 50 years ago could become a technology cliché (or battle cry) a half-century later.  Yesterday, research firm Gartner Inc. said that by 2014, The Personal Cloud will... Read more
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Cloud Copyright, Capital and The Courts

In 2006, Cablevision was developing a service which allowed customers to record, pause and replay their television content on/from servers located at Cablevision’s data center rather than on the customer’s Digital Video Recorder itself – in the... Read more
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Cloud Computing Making Waves

Every once in a while, I’ll do a news search for ‘cloud computing.’  Yesterday was one of those days and while there are always a few stories about ‘the cloud,’ I was somewhat amazed by the number and range of topics that appeared. ... Read more
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The STAR of Cloud Security

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), a not-for-profit organization with a mission to promote the use of best practices for providing security assurance within Cloud Computing, recently announced that they are launching (Q4 of 2011) a publicly... Read more
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The Best of…Me

Part shameless self promotion while taking a cue from Morning Radio shows, I’m out of the office this week and decided to post some of my most popular blogs – according to you, the viewer.  Or as Kent Brockman puts it, ‘this reporter places... Read more
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CloudFucius Closes This Cloud Canon

Well, this is the 27th entry (26 not counting the intro) in the CloudFucius Series and what an interesting ride!  What started out as a cloud version of the 26 Short Topics about Security series, soon turned into an exploration of th... Read more
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CloudFucius Has: Déjà Vu and Amnesia…

…at the same time!  Wow, faster than you can mutter, ‘Survey Says…’ more cloud computing survey results appear.  Just last week, CloudFucius reported on 4 cloud surveys which confirmed the trend of our Love/Hate Relationship with th... Read more
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CloudFucius Councils: Cloud’s Love/Hate Relationship

I’m afraid so….let’s get more!  I don’t like it and….here’s a check.  I’m not safe….but I need another.  I’m so sick of you….give me a big hug.  As I’ve mentioned on a few occasions, it seems like a new cloud computing surve... Read more
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CloudFucius Confused: Cloud Costing Companies?

You heard that right.  Yeah, I know – wasn’t cloud computing supposed to save money?  All that economies of scale, pay-as-you-go, shared infrastructure, reduced CapEx and OpEx and so on has gotten real cloudy according to a recen... Read more
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CloudFucius Is: Ready for Some Football

With the opening game of the NFL season in the books and a Sunday (and Monday) of Week 1 matchups filling our living rooms, home team stadiums, fantasy leagues and mobile devices, I was curious just how the NFL and sporting events in general ar... Read more
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VMworld2010: Interview with Yankee Group's Zeus Kerravala

I get some analyst insight during this informative interview with Zeus Kerravala, Sr. VP of Research, of Yankee Group. Zeus discusses virtualization, networking, VMworld, F5 Networks and many other topics surrounding Cloud Computing. Read more
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CloudFucius Repeats: Money (Really) Moving to the Cloud

Ever wish you saved a blog title for that ‘perfect’ eye-catcher?  Well, I do.  Last week I wrote about some cloud surveys talking about how financial institutions are using cloud services titled: CloudFucius’ Money: Trickles to th... Read more
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CloudFucius’ Money: Trickles to the Cloud

No, I’m not investing some seed money in a cool new company or technology but banks are certainly looking to take advantage of cloud computing services.  At least that’s the message from a recent survey by Bank Systems & Technology an... Read more
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CloudFucius Counts: Cloud Outages

Well, maybe CloudFucius doesn’t but a couple websites do.  Matching the same uptime guarantees that you have with your physical infrastructure can be hard to accomplish.  While some companies, mostly smaller enterprises, have put al... Read more
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CloudFucius Corners: The Coin Operated Cloud

A couple weeks ago I made mention of The Coin Operated Cloud in passing and decided to expand on it.  Isn’t that how blogs are supposed to work?  It’s no secret that The Cloud has given many organizations and individuals alike th... Read more
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CloudFucius Investigates: The Comeback Cloud

Not that it was ever down and out, but the whole cloud computing concept has gotten off to a grand but challenging start.  It was all the rage when first ‘conceived’ as the new way of hosting applications with the promise of cost savings... Read more
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CloudFucius Asks: Will Open Source Open Doors for Cloud Computing?

There has been a lot of press already about OpenStack’s announcement yesterday about their new open source cloud computing software.  OpenStack says that the goal is, ‘to allow any organization to create and offer cloud computing capabilitie... Read more
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CloudFucius Tunes into Radio KCloud

Set the dial and rip it off – all the hits from the 70s, 80s, 90s and beyond – you’re listening to the K-Cloud.  We got The Puffy & Fluffy Show to get you going in the morning, Cumulous takes you through midday with lunchtime legion, Mis... Read more
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CloudFucius Shares: Cloud Research and Stats

Sharing is caring, according to some and with the shortened week, CloudFucius decided to share some resources he’s come across during his Cloud exploration in this abbreviated post.  A few are aged just to give a perspective of what wa... Read more
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