Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Cloud Computing Show #21

Guest: Tom Mornini, Founder and CTO, Engine Yard

Here is The Cloud Computing Show Episode 21 (mp3)

Host: Gary Orenstein, The Cloud Computing Show

INDUSTRY NEWS
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> Microsoft
-Azure supports Ruby on Rails
-Cloud patents around data migration

> Amazon
-new availability zone
-boot from EBS

> Does a 48 core chip equate to cloud computing?

> Gartner DC conference

GUEST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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with: Tom Mornini, Founder and CTO, Engine Yard

CLOUD TIPS
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Gary: Microsoft Pivot from http://livelabs.com/
Tom: Google Wave http://wave.google.com

WRAP UP
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For more from Tom and Engine Yard
http://www.EngineYard.com
http://www.twitter.com/tmornini

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