The Best of the Week (May 16): Cloud Zone
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Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (May 16 to May 22). Here they are, in order of popularity:
Brian and Amy Lewis talk with Neela Jacques, Executive Director of the OpenDaylight Project about the evolution of SDN, how code gets developed between competiting (and cooperating) companies, how customers view SDN and ODL and the connection points between OpenDaylight and OpenStack.
Brian and Eric Wright (@discoposse) talk with Ben Golub (@golubbe), CEO of Docker, about the growth of the Docker community, when it will GA, how to monetize an open-source centric business, and some of the popular and unusual use-cases that the community has created around Docker.
What do Clustering frameworks really do? More often than not clustering frameworks will provide capability to auto-discover servers on the network, share resources, and schedule tasks. Some will also add distributed messaging and distributed event notification capabilities.
Sometimes mission critical systems may have higher SLA requirements than those offered by the cloud platform services. It is possible to build systems whose availability is higher than the constituent services by incorporating necessary measures into the system architecture.
Cloud migration is never simple. Moving to cloud has been a difficult prospect for many businesses. But it is not as difficult as you may think. If you’re still hesitating about moving over or haven’t quite figured out how best to make the transition, we have some great suggestions to help with the migration.
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