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The Best of the Week (Sept 19): 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 (Sept 19 to Sept 25). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. Preparing for the Post Infrastructure-as-a-Service World

Today I attended a day-long event put on here in Austin by the Cloud Standards Customer Council. It was a packed agenda focused around the theme “preparing for the post-IaaS phase of cloud adoption.”

2. Take a Look at Developers In Action (NCDevCon 2014 Sessions)

DZone curators and research analysts recently attended NCDevCon, an annual event for web and mobile developers in Raleigh, NC. This article includes videos from a number of sessions they found interesting, as well as a link to the total video sessions from the conference.

3. Google Compute Quickstart: Creating an Instance and Installing Apache

This is a quickstart tutorial for getting started with Google Compute Engine: namely how to create an instance and install Apache web server. It's a pretty basic point for getting started, but definitely necessary, and includes a lot of great documentation on Google's behalf.

4. How eBay Uses OpenStack Trove in Production

I came across a conference video starring Auston McReynolds and Mat Lowery, both software engineers at eBay, who go on to describe the use and role of OpenStack Trove in eBay's process. They cover the creation of eBay's OpenStack cloud and using Trove throughout the company.

5. The Future of PaaS, Its Value Proposition, and Docker

At last week’s Cloud Standards Customer Council held in Austin Texas, the first panel of the day dealt with “Current and Future PaaS Trends.” The panel debated whether there should or could be a PaaS standard as well as what its future might look like.


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