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And we're finally open for beta! Here's hoping you like ; 100% Australian cloud computing and storage:
australia  cloud  from twitter_favs
january 2011 by gnat
Technology Review: Netbook Chips Create a Low-Power Cloud
Using a cluster of the same processors that normally show up in netbooks and similar mobile devices, researchers have created a powerful server architecture that draws less power than a lightbulb.
cloud  parallel  hardware 
april 2009 by gnat » Microsoft offers data mining tools in the cloud
Microsoft offers some data mining functionality of SQL Server 2008 with no local analysis services server in the cloud. The service is offered in two flavors: a cloud service and as a plug-in for Excel.
data  mining  microsoft  cloud  tools 
april 2009 by gnat
Introducing the Karmic Koala, our mascot for Ubuntu 9.10
Ubuntu aims to keep free software at the forefront of cloud computing by embracing the API's of Amazon EC2, and making it easy for anybody to setup their own cloud using entirely open tools.
cloud  linux 
february 2009 by gnat
"if you’re not asking what stuff means anything to you, then you’re a sucker, ready to throw your stuff down at the nearest gaping hole that proclaims it is a free service"
january 2009 by gnat
ongoing · Cloud Interop Session
prospects of a new standards org to be chief willy wrangler for cloud interop. god save us.
cloud  standards 
january 2009 by gnat
Chef: Suck on my chocolate salty balls
Jesse's admin platform leaks out into the public eye ...
cloud  management  ec2  distributed  automation  rails 
january 2009 by gnat
A survey of corporate IT: The long nimbus | The Economist
The dominant model is still that people first labour individually and then merge their respective efforts, says Mr Mulholland [chief Technologist of CapGemini]
collaboration  social  software  cloud 
november 2008 by gnat
A survey of corporate IT: IT's global “cloud” | Let it rise | The Economist
69% of Americans connected to the web use some kind of “cloud service”
cloud  numbers 
november 2008 by gnat

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