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Social Networking and WEB 2.0 with SAP

January 21, 2010 Leave a comment

Hi all,

I have just published a set of blogs on the SAP Developer Network as a first in the series of posts for working with SAP and Web 2.0 / social networking. the first one is

1. Facebook and SAP Netweaver Portal : http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/17456

2. Facebook and SAP Portal II : Under the hood . http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/17470

let me know what you think.

THERE IS A NIMBUS AMONG US! : Cloud Predictions for 2010

January 21, 2010 Leave a comment

Well , folks , here are my predictions for the cloud scene in 2010.  Let’s see what the future might have in store for us ( if I had my way! ) 🙂

Sam Cherrington [ cool guy at Appistry ]  got me thinking about my own predictions. So, here they are:

  1. India and Asia to grow exponentially in the use of cloud computing  for solutions ( in its various forms : SAAS, IAAS, PAAS) . This should be more so in the SMB areas and the fact that entrepreneurs and freelancers galore will help the budding startups to first go the cloud way.
  2. Traditional Enterprise Software players will release more and more on demand solution fighting for the market share sector by sector [ read desktop, collaboration, BI] . Salesforce.com to see more competitors round up. Although, its business wouldn’t see a decline in growth rate as well.
  3. VMWare to become one of the standard virtualization and specifically cloud base platform for the enterprise. This might also boom the use of cloud solution providers like Eucalyptus etc.
  4. Cloud Providers will see their first really big temp. failures in 2010. This includes security and availability based issues, ( example, like the Amazon outage last year )
  5. Cloud Methodologies will become more visible with organizations and services companies building “ how to do it the cloud way”  services and best practices[ read enterprise implementations]
  6. Software vendors including enterprise software vendors will focus more on building applications ground up more scalable [ read : ready for the cloud] link to point 2]
  7. System Integrators for all solutions to use private cloud computing to lure the quick win for SMBs and finally large enterprises with innovative solutions
  8. Small and Medium sized enterprises to lead the way in quick Green IT (reducing carbon impact) .  Virtualization and the cloud will be the tools.
  9. BI in the cloud to become a reality for many emerging countries. This will start to become the choice in enterprises as well

 

Please note that these views are entirely my personal views and do not reflect on anyone else. they may actually have come to me while I was wondering what to do one fine sunday night 🙂

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Looking through the Crystal Ball? Cloud predictions by Appistry

January 13, 2010 4 comments

Found some interesting cloud forecasts by the folks down at Appistry. Seems like some might definitely come true…but some I am not too sure about. Eucalyptus not having any business? Hmmmm…maybe the open source would work J

http://www.appistry.com/blog/2009/12/the-clouderatis-crystal-ball-cloud-predictions-from-around-the-web/

What do you think? What are your predictions?

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