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SaaS is the Glamour Quarterback of Cloud Computing (part 3 of 3)

SaaS is the Glamour Quarterback of Cloud Computing (part 3 of 3)

The Dallas Cowboys have an injured starting quarterback (QB) at the moment so let’s talk about maybe the best ever to play the game: Mr. Tom Brady. No, don’t call him Mr. Gisele Bundchen. That’s sacrilege! Tom Brady, winner of four Super Bowls and counting has thrown for a total of 56,858 yd and 420 ... Read More
 
OpenStack vs CloudStack: Which Will Make Your Life Les Miserables?

OpenStack vs CloudStack: Which Will Make Your Life Les Miserables?

On June 5, 1944, the day before D-Day — the largest seaborne invasion in history — Colm T. Wilkinson was born in Dublin, Ireland, with little fanfare. The world was embroiled in a struggle similar to one that had occurred approximately 30 years earlier and most people outside of close ... Read More
 
PaaS is the Tight End of Cloud Computing – Part 2 of 3

PaaS is the Tight End of Cloud Computing – Part 2 of 3

The Dallas Cowboys have a 1st ballot NFL Hall of Fame tight end playing on their team today. If you could create a perfect NFL tight end with a 3-D printer, Jason Witten would be the final product. Jason is mentally and physically rugged because he’s required to be strong ... Read More
 
IaaS is the Offensive Line of Cloud Computing – Part 1 of 3

IaaS is the Offensive Line of Cloud Computing – Part 1 of 3

I grew up a Dallas Cowboys fan. I’ve now lost 75% of the audience. For those of you remaining, I’m sure you know that it’s not easy being a Cowboys fan these days. The Cowboys are in last place in the NFL’s weakest division. How is this connected to cloud ... Read More