ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 12/07/2011
By OTN ArchBeat on Dec 07, 2011
- How to Keep Good People From Doing Bad Things When Building Private Clouds
Join Oracle and BeyondTrust to learn how virtualization is enabling the cloud and how to keep your company - and its assets - secure amidst both hidden and blatant dangers. Wednesday, December 7, 2011 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET.
- For IT Architects and Planners: new reference documents available at the IT Strategies from Oracle Library
The IT Strategies from Oracle library offers two types of best practice documents: practioner guides containing pragmatic advice and approaches, and reference architectures containing the proven technology patterns.
- Regression Verification for Real-time Embedded Software Systems | Arie Gurfinkel
Arie Gurfinkel describes the Software Engineering Institute's latest research and its approach to building regression verification tools and techniques for static analysis of RTESs.
- Now Every Company Is A Software Company | David Kirkpatrick
The era of separating traditional industries and technology industries is over—and those who fail to adapt right now will soon find themselves obsolete.
- Using SSD for redo on Exadata - pt 2 | Guy Harrison
"In my previous post on this topic, I presented data showing that redo logs placed on an ASM diskgroup created from exadata griddisks created from flash performed far worse than redo logs placed on ASM created from spinning SAS disks." -- Guy Harrison
- The Rise of Developeronomics | Venkatesh Rao
"The one absolutely solid place to store your capital today — if you know how to do it – is in software developers’ wallets," says Venkatesh Rao. "If the world survives looming financial apocalypse dangers at all, this is the one investment that will weather the storms. It doesn’t matter whether you are an individual or a corporation, or what corner of the world you inhabit. You need to find a way to invest in software developers."
- I Don't Understand What Anyone Is Saying Anymore | Dan Pallotta
"I'd say that in about half of my business conversations, I have almost no idea what other people are saying to me," says Dan Pallotta. "The language of internet business models has made the problem even worse."
- Developers in the cloud lose access to the 'metal' | David Linthicum
Virtualization of resources means programmers can't tap deep features directly -- a potentially painful but positive change.