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Amazon's cloud dominance has been driven by user needs and a lack of dynamism from legacy vendors.
As the cloud market matures, James Urquhart changes companies and changes his focus from infrastructure to applications. It's time to say goodbye to one of his great passions, he says.
How has our perception of cloud-computing services changed over the last few years? Where do we go from here? The answer relies on one key principle of cloud computing: it's all about the applications.
One of the interesting things about cloud computing as a disruption to "traditional IT" is the experimentation and innovation it encourages. Take the new cloud aggregators.
Security is paramount when it comes to enterprise data in public clouds. Encryption, intrusion detection and ID management all need to be part of the evaluation and deployment processes.
The Amazon.com vice president and distinguished engineer gives what may be a hallmark presentation on the economics of scale in data centers.
With an apps-centric operations model, how does cloud computing begin to converge developer and operations staff interests? How is the task of IT operations changed by the advent of cloud computing?