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Who's Who in Cloud November 30, 2012

Well, here we are once more on the final Friday of November. This week’s Who’s Who covers comments from the recent Re:Invent conference, cloud storage pricing wars, cloud security best practices, Amazon’s love for big data, and more.

Sean Ludwig Cloud security experts all agree: multi-factor authentication.

Krishnan Subramanian Eucalyptus’ AWS bet.

Ben Kepes Cloud Foundry gets a Heroku boost for multi-PaaS support.

Larry Dignan AWS is lean manufacturing for IT.

Julie Bort A startup Amazon invited to launch at its conference went there and found out Amazon is now competing with it.

Alex Williams Bezos says he is surprised by AWS’ success.

Brandon Butler Amazon launches cloud database with analytics tool and lowers S3 pricing.

Peter Waynard Rackspace cloud keeps IaaS simple.

Barb Darrow Amazon preps data pipeline to automate big data workflows.

Bill Kleyman 2013: the year of the cloud architect.

Simon Wardly The author’s Silicon Republic talk on ecosystem, next gen, war, cloud, and much more.

Derrick Harris Amazon CTO on the “life events” of IT.

David Linthicum How Amazon can conquer the enterprise resistance to public cloud.

By Jake Gardner

Posted on November 30, 2012 in Cloud Computing Industry, Cloud Perspectives

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