When you don’t hear from a well known blog and startup for a long while you have to wonder what’s up. Usually this means one of two things: the blog/startup is folding OR the folks behind it are really busy, … Continue reading
Frequently new readers are curious about this blog. It helps when I periodically summarize the most popular blog postings. So, without further ado, here’s the top 5 posts in the first half of ’09. Be sure to also check out … Continue reading
Please help me make the Cloudscaling blog better. If you would take a moment of your time to fill out the following survey I would really appreciate it. It’s extremely short. Just three questions. Your input is valued highly. UPDATE: … Continue reading
I’ve just finished updating the blog to change the domain name from neoTactics to Cloudscaling. This is the last step in these changes I believe. Please let me know if something is broken that I missed. The RSS feeds should … Continue reading
In the past few weeks, several opportunities (some almost too good to be true!) have been presented to me. I sat down with GoGrid’s CEO, John Keagy, to create a working relationship that would allow me to continue to support … Continue reading
Following is a list of my top 5 most read articles in 2008. Most, but not all, are cloud computing related.Storage, Storage, Storage Short-Sighted about Cloud Computing What Happened to Vertebra? Cloud Values Amazon Competes Against RightScale And a couple … Continue reading
Please update your RSS feed to point to: http://feeds.feedburner.com/neoTactics At some point in the near future, I’ll be switching over to new blogging/CMS software and this will keep your feeds from breaking.
I’m tremendously excited to announce that I’m joining the GoGrid (the cloud computing division of ServePath) executive team as VP of Technology Strategy. In this role I’ll be providing the primary technology vision and direction of the company. GoGrid, an … Continue reading
We were recently added to the excellent list of Cloud Computing blogs at Alltop. Alltop is an â€œonline magazine rackâ€ co-founded by Guy Kawasaki (see sidebar for a link).