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"Individual commitment to a group effort-that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work."

So what is it with twitter?

July 23rd, 2009 • Comments Off on So what is it with twitter?

By following the right people you might get information faster and only the information you want. So better then the old print media?Is this the new information exchange media – or just a waste of time (search for the video of Kevin Spacey explaining twitter to David Lettermann…)

Are individuals the better reporters? Is their a need for reporters anymore? Or will they all start to tweet and you can follow those who are good?

And this all might be true if you are interested in the fact that the dog from the Taco Bell ads died…:-)

Building Consistent RESTful APIs in a high performance environment

July 15th, 2009 • Comments Off on Building Consistent RESTful APIs in a high performance environment

Another presentation from JavaOne:

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Launch of cloud-standards.org

July 14th, 2009 • Comments Off on Launch of cloud-standards.org

During the Cloud Summit hosted by OMG a new website was launched: cloud-standards.org. Goal of this website is the collaboration, coordination and communication of standards for Cloud computing and Cloud Storage.

OCCI has also been presented by on this summit. A press release is also available here.

The Web on OSGi

June 10th, 2009 • Comments Off on The Web on OSGi

The Web on OSGi is an interesting slide set from JavaONE. Presented by Don Brown from Atlassian I agree with several issues he address. For example the ‘know your wires’ on slide 42 (See also: http://blogs.sun.com/intheclouds/entry/inspecting_the_integrity_of_your and http://blogs.sun.com/intheclouds/entry/osgi_dependencies1).

Peter Kiens somehow replied to this slide set in this blog entry: http://www.osgi.org/blog/2009/06/osgi-case-studies-pain.html

Don Brown replied with: http://www.jroller.com/mrdon/entry/clarifications_re_javaone_web_on. In that post he says:

OSGi has let us write big features in a portable, modular way across products, and has dramatically sped up the development process via its hot deployment capability.

Grids, Clouds & HPC – Open Grid Forum wrapup

May 28th, 2009 • Comments Off on Grids, Clouds & HPC – Open Grid Forum wrapup

This is probably the last blog entry which comes live from OGF26. OGF 26 has been great with interesting talks and group meetings. As said OGF wants to take a leadership role in manging the collaborations about Cloud standards.

The security talks have been interesting as well as sessions about Green IT, SAGA (A Simple API for Grid Applications) and JSDL (Job Submission Description Language). next to that there was a lot of talk about Cloud computing. And thanks to OCCI OGF has a great chance to get some great stuff going on. So stay tuned 🙂

Here are some last impressions from OGF:

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The Friday Center…

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Lunch break

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Prior to the OCCI group meeting

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Some paper work 🙂