Will Humanoids manage the Cloud?

I came across an interesting news article about a company called IPSoft and would like to share it to the readers.

The crux of the article is about  IPSoft’s software based heavily on expert systems that mimic the human brain. They are capable of self-healing, self-learning and autonomously solving a majority of the problems that arise on computer networks.

And IPSoft’s correlation engines do what the human brain just cannot: pick trends by analysing hundreds of...

By Sankar Nagarajan, 24 September 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Developers, Enterprise, Monitoring, SaaS , Trends.

Live Video streaming from the Cloud

Live video streaming from the Cloud is an interesting area. Cloud’s elastic infrastructure provides new ways of delivering rich media content (video and audio) . One can run their own rich media infrastructure ,flexibly and effectively at low cost with out depending on third-party hosts. This includes delivering Ondemand video and Live video streaming.

Wowza media on Amazon EC2 cloud provides such an opportunity. However, with wowza’s low...

By Sankar Nagarajan, 21 September 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Consumer, Enterprise.

Which IaaS Cloud Service today enables Seamless (Virtual) Colocation of Servers?

Today, the Cloud computing model and the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Clouds provide an very interesting and important value proposition for companies seeking to co-locate their servers virtually or to upgrade the existing colocated servers at a lower cost with better services.

For many years now, small to mid size businesses including ISVs have been running colocated servers with the ISPs and hosting vendors. The cloud computing/IaaS model gives them new opportunities and possibilities to enable the...

Viewpoint on ‘ERP as a Service’

Recently Sandhill has published an article called  ERP as a Service: A Discussion of Cloud-Based ERP Considerations by Martin Browne from Skyline Consulting. Primarily, the article mentions about the various factors to consider to enable ERP as a service and consume it in an ondemand model.

While this is an interesting article, I think there is more to getting ERP as a Service practically. I would like to add some of my...

By Sankar Nagarajan, 15 August 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise, ERP.

Why Java will shine on the Cloud?

Java has made remarkable strides in the Information technology landscape ever since its inception in 1995. The fabric of the Java ecosystem today has a widespread global adoption combined with the huge number of consumers,developers and followers. The ‘Java economy is also huge’

The key for Java to make this sort of an overwhelming impact is because of two key reasons apart from the fact of it being a very powerful programming language by...

By Sankar Nagarajan, 12 August 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Adoption, Enterprise, Industry, Trends.

2011 Recession : Cloud could be positive for Indian IT SMEs

With the Standard & Poor’s downgraded its credit rating of US, the world’s largest economy, to ‘AA+’ from ‘AAA’ triggering fresh fears about the overall health of global economy, It is widely speculated that a turbulent US market may be a trouble for the Indian IT outsourcing sector, for which the US market accounts for close to 60% of revenues.

Economictimes (ET) has published its perspectives on  how another recession may affect the IT sector.

By Sankar Nagarajan, 10 August 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Adoption, Economy, Enterprise, Government, Industry.