By unixman on Jan 27, 2011
Oracle is hosting a Enterprise Cloud Summit event in various cities across North America this month. I had the honor of being on stage on Broadway, again, in giving the talk on Infrastructure as a Service for Enterprises - a discussion on Oracle's role in Cloud Computing, backed by reference implementations and case studies of how we, at Oracle, "drink our own champagne" (c/o Jeff Epstein) and are successfully using cloud infrastructures, methodologies and tools for in-house software development, testing, and quality assurance. A key, succinct definition of what cloud computing means to me is its evolving dynamics inherent to the intersection of the laws of physics and laws of economics. Quite a bit of the infrastructure and platform service-enabling technologies came with the acquisition of Sun Microsystems earlier last year. Have a look at the subject of my talk and let me know what you think!