By Krishnan Subramanian on March 7, 2010
Here, at CloudAve, we highlight research leading to future technologies from time to time. Intel has announced an experimental single chip cloud computer. Imagine it to be something like a datacenter in a single chip. We are sharing it here for our readers.
By Krishnan Subramanian on February 18, 2010
One of my favorite apps from Google is their Google Voice service. It has completely transformed how I handle phone calls. Today Google has posted a comprehensive list of videos explaining how Google Voice can be tapped to your advantage. We don’t want to post the videos here. We will just post one video and […]
By Krishnan Subramanian on February 10, 2010
From time to time we link videos from vendors that offers insight into their thinking on various cloud computing related topics. Here is a video from Rackspace on Private Clouds.
By Zoli Erdos on February 2, 2010
Many of you will recognize the title – borrowed from “Enterprise 2.0 a Crock” Dennis Howlett. Needless to say I was quite interested in his discussion with David Terrar, who is more of an E20 fan. f Hm…hard to watch. Dennis is too loud while David is barely audible. I kept on turning the volume […]
By Krishnan Subramanian on January 6, 2010
From time to time, we highlight the visions of different vendors in the cloud computing marketplace. In this video, Google offers their take on Cloud Computing.
By Zoli Erdos on December 9, 2009
Cool video by SAP, promoting the concept of in-memory computing. If only their UI was as cute as their videos 🙂
By Mark Fidelman on December 7, 2009
Why Is There Resistance to Enterprise 2.0? This was originally shot at the Enterprise 2.0 conference in San Francisco. An excellent overview and a cautionary tale for all internal champions. The Adoption 2.0 council stats and figures make the presentation very compelling. Mike Krigsman and Dion Hinchcliffe on Salesforce.com’s New Offering: Chatter – […]
By Krishnan Subramanian on November 4, 2009
Cloud Computing is getting more and more attention from mainstream media. CNN has posted a video on Clouds. When you are at CNN, check out John D. Sutter’s article on Cloud. The CNN video is embedded below.
By Krishnan Subramanian on November 3, 2009
Google organized an event for CIOs at Bloomsbury Hotel, London on Oct. 22nd. It was an attempt to impress upon the CIOs that Cloud Computing is real and it is going to be there for a long haul. They paraded some cloud luminaries including Nick Carr, Werner Vogels, etc.. Nick Carr gave a good presentation […]
By Krishnan Subramanian on October 26, 2009
If you are curious about what Google Social Search is, here is a good video.
By Krishnan Subramanian on October 25, 2009
Erlang is an open source language for distributed, fault tolerant, almost realtime apps. This is a neat demo of the language.
By Zoli Erdos on October 15, 2009
Nowadays the only context we hear about Skype is the legal fight (care to bet how long it will take for the previous Net Celebs to become the Hated Greedy Ones who try to sc**w all of us?) – I would much rather read about new features, improvements. After all, Skype is the single most […]
By Krishnan Subramanian on October 13, 2009
Here at Cloud Ave, we highlight the perspectives of many different players in the Cloud Computing space. As a part of this tradition, I would like to share Cisco’s perspective on the Virtualization and Cloud Computing. Here, Glenn Dasmalchi from Cisco explains the difference between the two and about their vision of cloud computing that […]
By Mark Fidelman on September 28, 2009
Enterprise 2.0 is creating a blizzard of opportunities for internal corporate E2.0 champions, but many are facing huge roadblocks in executive support and financial approval. The best way to get support and approval (besides a clear and certain ROI) is to point to the success of others. Witness Adidas, for they have changed the corporate […]
By Zoli Erdos on August 31, 2009
host Scott McGrew, TechCrunch’s Sarah Lacy and Fortune’s Jon Fortt interview SAP Executive Board Member John Schwartz in this two-part video. Schwartz came to SAP through their acquisition of Business Objects, and unlike many acquisitions where the “assimilated” CEO gets slowly marginalized, this one seems to have worked well. In fact John Schwartz is becoming […]