Big Data Infographic: The 2012 London Summer Games Recent years have seen a lot of development in the cloud computing sphere. Big data is believed by many to be here to stay, and a lot of real investment is touted to happen in this particular area. Such a trend is quite exciting, as new, better and more powerful infrastructure will be needed to support all this. So, a lot of further development is on the way to accommodate these computing perimeters. Continue Reading Lets take a closer look at the global scale of Big Data and how it was utilized at The
The Cloud Build Up: Findings From Gartner’s Cloud Hype Cycle 2012 Ventures today are on the verge of modifying their overall cloud-purchase conduct. The said has been prompted primarily by the diverse range of available operational options offered by the cloud technology providers including pace of implementation, associated finances and requirement-adaptation dynamics. Conversely, ventures still are distant from entirely giving up their conventional models and applications in favour of making space for the cloud; a recent study conducted by Gartner reveals. The findings pour out of the eagerly awaited cloud technology analysis – the Gartner Hype Cycle for Cloud Computing, 2012. The
Cloud Infographic: The Cloud Games Most cloud service startups rely on newer and more appealing technology than the bigger guys. The industry, however, has definitely changed. Dropbox, a startup cloud service provider, has been leading the way in cloud filesharing and has kept up with the big guys, including Google’s newest cloud service. This infographic however shows a battle with another large competitor of Dropbox, and that being Box.com. Who wins? Infographic Source: Spice Works
SoundCloud, But Better SoundCloud has announced a redesign. The social sound platform’s new design will be available immediately but only through via private beta invites. Ho hum. It will go out to everyone else in the coming months. SoundCloud launched in 2008 and wants to make sharing sound as easy as sharing photos and videos on the internet. A niche that just may make their business one of the next big things. This is how SoundCloud describe themselves: Capture a voice, moment or music in seconds or upload audio you’ve already created. I use SoundCloud for my online magazine and
Traditional Networks Vs The Cloud The Question We all know that cloud computing is the next frontier in business computing and service delivery, but what really differentiates it from the traditional networks and hosting? Cloud computing does not really use new technology, in fact it uses the same technology as in traditional networking. So how is it so ground-breakingly different than the old way? Let us explore that comparison. The main difference in cloud computing and traditional networking or hosting is the execution, and in one word that is “virtualization”. Virtualization allows for massive scalability, giving clients virtually unlimited resources.