Last month, I spoke of how, despite my best intentions, I found myself cloud watching; and shared my cloud watching plan:
1. Cloud watch with the lens of an enterprise architect type practicing business-driven architecture.
2. Share information and observations on selected (#1) cloud computing developments and activities.
3. Highlight interesting, relevant (#1) works of the cloud computing community — providers, consumers and consortia.
4. Add to the conversation, but not engage in "yet another" syndrome. (No "What is Cloud Computing" piece from me)
Since then, I’ve had some interesting conversations with cloud computing providers, consumers and some individuals who fall in both categories. I imagine the latter will become quite common.
Next on my agenda is a trip to the Cloud Computing Expo in NY. I’ll be attending Monday and Tuesday, and wifi willing, plan to do some live blogging.
If you are planning to attend the Cloud Computing Expo and want to connect, or bribe me to cover your session (strong black coffee please), drop me an email, or ping me on Twitter.
In the meantime, I’ll be preparing for and running a “SOA All-star” SOA Consortium meeting in DC.