||Start your week right with the Data Center Download here in the Server Room! This post wraps up everything going on with the Server Room, the Cloud Builders Forum, and our Data Center Experts around the web. This is your chance to catch up on all of the blogs, podcasts, webcasts, and interesting items shared via Twitter.
Hereâ€™s our wrap-up of the best of data center news in and around Intel for the last two weeks:
In the Blogs:
Steve Shaw Shared how to Improve Database Performance: Redo & Transaction Logs on Solid State Disks
Cory Klatik Shared videos on Building Cloud Infrastructure & Interoperability with Oracle & Canonical
Emily Hutson Shared the Small Business IT Tune-up: Contest Winner #3
Brian Yoshinaka Shared how we're Connecting Big Data in the Data Center
Bob Deutsche Discussed Cloud Computing Strategy: The Cloud is Not a Person, Place or Thing
Pauline Nist Shared her thoughts on IBMâ€™s Information on Demand Conference - What happens in Vegas can come home with you!
Dylan Larson Shared A Platinum Idea from the Open Data Center Alliance
John Hengeveld Shared the The Hugo Rule and Exascale
Braodcasted Across the Web:
Lynn Comp, director of software technologies initiatives talks about data center efficiency, specifically building instrumentation into the processor itself with technologies like IntelÂ® Turbo Boost and IntelÂ® Intelligent Power Node Manager.
Intel Datacenter and Connected Systems Group Update
Kirk Skaugen, VP of DCSG, discusses unifying the datacenter group, managing big data and the growth of associated technologies like business analytics, Intelâ€™s vision for an open standards-based cloud, and upcoming IntelÂ® XeonÂ® processors.
Conversations in the Cloud
Microsoftâ€™s Views on Taking App. Delivery to the Next Level with Cloud
Deepak Setty from Microsoft discusses the companyâ€™s cloud computing strategy - managing physical, virtualized and cloud computing-based servers to deliver applications seamlessly - as well as the state of adoption in APAC.
Canonical's Enterprise and Private Cloud Solutions
Prakash Advani stops by Day in the Cloud to talk about the 20,000 enterprise cloud deployments of Ubuntu, Canonicalâ€™s involvement with OpenStack, the Ubuntu management tool called Landscape, and the companyâ€™s personal cloud storage solution.
Intel Cloud Builders: RES Software & The Desktop in the Cloud
Intel Cloud Builders RA: Fujitsu and Building a Cloud Infrastructure
Intel Cloud Builders RA: Oracle & Cloud Infrastructure Design & Deployment
Intel Cloud Builders RA: Canonical & Cloud Computing Interoperability
NAS: Storage for Home and Small Office
In the Social Stream:
NYTimes: Big Data, Speed and the Future of Computingnyti.ms/uVJ5Zi
Dylan Larson via DataCenterArch
#DataCenter #News New IBM CEO Rometty Faces Treacherous Cloud Computing Services Transformation: New IBM CEO Gin...bit.ly/vw8pBd
RT @insideHPC: Just in: Steve Conway: GPU Momentum Growingbit.ly/rxHOSJ #HPC - Its about Usage... not technology
DatacenterDynamics | Cloud adoption accelerating says ODCAdatacenterdynamics.com/focus/archive/â€¦ via @AddThis
Allyson Klein via opendatacenter
@arstechnica quotes Frank Frankovsky saying Open Compute Project and ODCA have a "strategic alignment" tinyurl.com/3ttqdm5
Not at the OCP event today? Here's some insight including comments on the Open Data Center Alliancearstechnica.com/business/news/â€¦
Raejeanne Skillern via VanessaAlvarez1
For those who missed it, James Hamilton's preso from #Opencompute Summit bit.ly/55ce4A #scale #datacenter
Top 12 Green IT users and vendors. bit.ly/voy9hd Intel there. Kaiser Permante top user
IBM rolls out #solar array for #datacenter. bit.ly/vt3NEH And no it's not in Europe or the US. Bam!