| December 2, 2013
We're finally figuring out how to collect store, analyze, and manage far larger and more diverse data sets across the enterprise. We can’t let Big Data be just another management fad.
| November 26, 2013
Nobody really wants a Private Cloud
| November 20, 2013
Verizon’s Managed Certificate Services are a good starting point, but there’s much more work to be done as there's no new technology here.
| November 19, 2013
Neither Salesforce nor anyone else really has a clue how to secure the IoT.
| November 15, 2013
The greatest bottleneck in any large scale Hadoop deployment is the local network
| November 14, 2013
Some random thoughts from Amazon’s second Cloud conference, re:Invent, in Las Vegas.
| November 12, 2013
Here’s IBM, the enterprise’s vendor of choice, proving they're only too happy to flush enterprise customers down the toilet if it suits them.
| November 8, 2013
The better Hadoop gets, the less of a Big Data tool it becomes.
| November 5, 2013
Simply writing the phrase Big Data strategy indicates that you either don’t understand Big Data, or even worse, you don’t understand the word strategy.
| October 31, 2013
If you still find that continuous build, continuous deployment, and continuous integration are too difficult, you’re not doing them properly.
| October 24, 2013
Set up your Cloud environment to properly support the DevOps-driven lifecycle and you’ll be able to sleep soundly at night.
| October 20, 2013
The Bazaar supports change better than the Cathedral
| October 15, 2013
There are dozens of companies who are members of OpenStack, some large and many small. And most if not all contribute code to the OpenStack codebase. So how do they keep the big vendors from pushing around the small ones?
| October 14, 2013
What could you do in the Fog?
| October 9, 2013
Conspiracies require coordination, sophistication, and careful planning. Simply mucking things up is far, far easier.