Technology trends for 2013 – part 2

This is continuation of my previous post - Technology trends for 2013 – part 1 –  which states this year’s trend on mobile with other areas.  In the 2nd part, here are my thoughts on 2013 technology trends. Wearable Gadgets 2013 should be the year to introduce wearable gadgets to mass. Well, that’s what I . . . → Read More: Technology trends for 2013 – part 2

Technology trends for 2013 – part 1

Yes, it’s that time of the year — About predictions , trends and what that means for us. !

In my last year’s post about Technology trends for 2012 Cloud, Mobile and Social Networking were the key focus areas.

Well, nothing has greatly changed. But above focus areas are becoming more mature and with that . . . → Read More: Technology trends for 2013 – part 1

10 Cloud based Database As Services (DaaS)

It is hard to imagine any application running without a database – be it  SQL based or noSQL data model. And that makes database an important part of Cloud suite.

A cloud database is a database that typically runs on a Cloud Computing platform, such as Amazon EC2, GoGrid and Rackspace.

There . . . → Read More: 10 Cloud based Database As Services (DaaS)

Opensource & technology trends for 2012 !

As we are still  in first quarter of 2012, it won’t be late for some  predictions about trend in technology  :) As economic outlook continues to be  upward ( specially in IT and technology sector ) , 2012 holds many promises !!

Opensource  technology has been playing important share in all aspects of computing . . . → Read More: Opensource & technology trends for 2012 !

Cloud Computing by definition

Let’s goto basics !

How will you define Cloud computing in Summary ?

Cloud computing is the delivery of computing as a service rather than a product, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices as a metered service over a network (typically the Internet)

Layers

Once an internet . . . → Read More: Cloud Computing by definition

Cloudstack – Infrastructure As Service(IaaS) from Cloud.com (Now part of Citrix)

Infrastructure As Service(IaaS) is an important component of complete Cloud offerings.

CloudStack, is for Service Providers and Enterprises to build, manage and deploy IaaS (Infrastructure As Service) offerings similar to Amazon EC2and S3. It is developed from Cloud.com, which is a venture-backed startup based in heart of Silicon Valley. It develops an open source . . . → Read More: Cloudstack – Infrastructure As Service(IaaS) from Cloud.com (Now part of Citrix)

Cloud Foundry – Platform As Service(PaaS) from VMWare

Platform As Service is an important component in complete Cloud offerings. In terms of Stack , it goes in order of   Server, Infrastructure, Platform, Application ! At the end, Client will access the application.

Cloud Foundry is an open source cloud computing platform as a service (PaaS) software developed by VMware released under . . . → Read More: Cloud Foundry – Platform As Service(PaaS) from VMWare

PHPCloud from Zend – a platform, not infrastructure.

For all of developers who are looking to develop for the cloud using PHP, Zend who else ? )  has done it again. In October 2011, Zend Technologies announced phpcloud.com, technology platform and partner ecosystem using Amazon Web Services for cloud application development and delivery. Developers looking to tap the dynamic and elastic . . . → Read More: PHPCloud from Zend – a platform, not infrastructure.

PHP in the Cloud

Of course, PHP is not behind in joining the “Cloud Wagon”. It’s about time.   If I have to choose two hottest technologies for next 5 years. They are going to be “Cloud” and “Mobile”. And combination of both will be killer one.   PHP has made a good start in Cloud and much more to . . . → Read More: PHP in the Cloud

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