Sunday May 22, 2011
There are many components of your IT infrastructure that can be deployed to the cloud. The most well-known option is to run your applications in the cloud using Software-as-a-Service. It is also possible to run your database systems in the cloud using Database-as-a-Service (Daas). It is even possible to run your entire IT software and hardware infrastructure in the cloud using Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). So, why not run your integration architecture in the cloud? It is possible and called Integration-as-a-Service (IaaS). Integration-as-a-Service (IaaS) is not to be confused with Infrastructure-as-a-Service (also IaaS). Infrastructure-as-a-Service is running your hardware infrastructure in the cloud. I will explore this hot new cloud migration area in my next few blogs.
Sunday May 08, 2011
By llaszews on May 08, 2011
I have a new book coming out with a couple of coworkers. It can be found here in raw format:http://www.packtpub.com/oracle-information-integration-migration-and-consolidation/book Information integration and data migration in the cloud is an area that is new in cloud deployments. The appendix/futures section of this books discusses information integration, data migration and data consolidation in the cloud.
Migrating legacy client/server and mainframe technologies to the Oracle cloud.
- Migrating blog entries
- Middleware and Cloud Computing Book
- Oracle Enterprise Manager with AWS Database Instance
- AWS EC2 Overview book
- AWS EC2 Oracle RDB - Storing and managing my data
- AWS CloudFormations, Oracle Assembly Builder, Chef and Puppet
- IBM DB2 AIX RISC to Oracle Linux Sun x86
- Amazon CloudFormations and Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder
- Amazon AMIs and Oracle VM templates
- Migrating RISC to x86 - endianess 'issue'