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Who’s Who in Cloud December 14, 2012

The Friday before the Friday before Christmas and what trends have governed this week’s cloud publications? A lot of the focus revolved around up-and-coming cloud companies who are gaining a lot of notice in investor rounds, the cloud push to the enterprise, the increasing emphasis being put on big data as one of the definitive tools made available in the cloud era, and the best tools for cloud management. See you next week.

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David Linthicum How to get big data integration right the first time.

Mark Madsen What Hadoop is and what Hadoop isn’t.

Julie Bort  HP’s ‘Rent-A-Network’ Could Be The Most Imaginative Thing It’s Done In Years

Joe McKendrick Would you go all cloud?

Reuven Cohen Brazil is a big data capitol.

Ron Miller Adobe is making moves in the cloud.

Joe Panettieri The 20 best cloud monitoring tools – what’s your cloud provider use?

Barb Darrow  CloudVelocity gets $5M to move biz apps to public clouds.
Leena Rao CloudVelocity get $5M from Mayfield.
Zahra Gordan Is cloud computing the ‘future of the future?’
Angela Guess Big data and Andy Warhol.
Ajay Budhraja Mobile Cloud and Big Data – Cloud Power to the Next Level.
Eric Savitz Is IT trailing global GDP growth?
Derrick Harris How the Obama campaign’s data scientists built an army of volunteers.
Lydia Leong HP SLAs are pretty bad.

By Jake Gardner

Posted on December 14, 2012 in Cloud Computing Industry

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