Cloud Connect Roundup Podcast : elemental cloud computing
Saturday [the 12th] morning, I joined Dave Linthicum on his cloud computing podcast to discuss our impressions and findings from Cloud Connect. Learn what Kung Fu Panda is doing in the cloud.
Podcast link: http://cloudcomputingpodcast.libsyn.com/cloud-connect-roundup-
HP Blogs – The enterprise architect’s role in our dynamic bus… – The HP Blog Hub
“The role is about the entire enterprise and creating an environment that meets its objectives. One thought he puts forward is that enterprises continuously adapt, changing based on the pressures they are under. It is made up of people, relationships and groups, not just the buildings… and IT systems.
“This is forcing the Enterprise Architect role to take on more organizational change management thinking. It is no longer just about plugging software and hardware components together, taking latency out of the organization. It is about being able to assemble groups of services to a common cause – in a repeatable fashion.”
Amazon Web Services Blog: A New Approach to Amazon EC2 Networking
Virtual networking advances & Amazon Virtual Private Cloud:
“You can now create a network topology in the AWS cloud that closely resembles the one in your physical data center including public, private, and DMZ subnets. Instead of dealing with cables, routers, and switches you can design and instantiate your network programmatically. You can use the AWS Management Console (including a slick new wizard), the command line tools, or the APIs. This means that you could store your entire network layout in abstract form, and then realize it on demand.”
@bmichelson: You may want to look at Gremlin, a graph traversal language that works over graph databases. http://is.gd/AsROAm