Finally Friday, and finally warm! This week’s cloud publishings covered a range of topics including Barb Darrow “borrowing” our weekly round-up concept, more feedback on cloud certification, PaaS blurring the lines between different types of clouds, and the enterprise crack down on shadow IT.
Barb Darrow has been stealing our idea for a weekly round-up… and does a great job. Love you Barb 🙂
David Linthicum takes on Cloud certification. See our post about this here.
Sean Ludwig reports on SAP’s latest effort to brand itself as a cloud company.
Rebecca Grant sheds light on Enigma making public data more accessible.
Derrick Harris reports on the alliance between VMware and EMC.
Ben Kepes gets nasty about public cloud ecosystems.
Brandon Butler says PaaS is blurring the already blurry lines of cloud.
Chris Talbot reports on the AWS certification program.
Abdul at Cloudtweaks asks some profound questions about private cloud.
MSPMentor details how IT management has played a large role in MSP growth.
Bernard Golden thinks AWS’ disruption of the cloud industry will continue.
Joe McKendrick reveals how corporations have started cracking down on rogue IT.
Alex Williams goes to the experts on the notion of speeding up data.
By Jake Gardner