My counterpart in Germany, AWS Evangelist Steffen Krause, has put together the blog post below to show you how to launch and exercise SAP HANA One on AWS. Steffen is also responsible for the German language AWSAktuell blog. — Jeff;…
I’ve written before about an ongoing software development project with which I’ve been recently involved. Its complexities continue to challenge a development team with architects, programmers, and project managers in Chicago, Silicon Valley, and the Philippines.
But we’re able to keep one aspect of this project simple, thanks to a cloud-based, Visual PaaS solution from Orangescape that runs on the Google Apps Engine (GAE). The program is called KISSFLOW – the “kiss” here plays off a familiar expression and means “Keep it Simple and Smart.”
KISSFLOW has been invaluable so far in allowing us to bring clarity and simplicity to a previously convoluted way of doing things.
As a consultant for the project, I’m tasked with analyzing the current workflow of an existing small business and, for lack of a better word, fixing it. Existing processes involved numerous people, scads of paper forms, compliance with local, state and federal agencies, and a workflow that often doubled… (continued)
VMware covered its flank Tuesday when it went into the public cloud
business hoping to prevent its installed base of 500,000 strong from
skipping off to the likes of Amazon or Azure – which are reaching out to
the enterprise – simply because it didn’t have an Infrastructure-as-a-Service
alternative that rents out virtual servers and storage over the Internet.
Now it does.
VMware calls its new widgetry the vCloud Hybrid Service, which is
confusing until you realize that VMware is laying a single “seamless”
interoperable track from the vSphere virtualization software so prevalent in
the enterprise to its new public cloud.
Since the widgetry, built on same VMware software stack and softwaredefined data center infrastructure, is all supposed to work so well together
it should be pretty painless to set up and operate from the same interface.
Users are supposed to be able to take apps and data from their on-premise
data cente… (continued)
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