Cloud Convergence

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July 2014

This is an exciting time for cloud computing, as not only is the field expanding very fast, but also many organizations, communities, and people are involved. This issue of IEEE Cloud Computing includes a full roster of columns and departments, several of which touch on the use of open source software for cloud computing, a topic of a future special issue. The issue also features a roundtable of experts from academia discussing current cloud challenges, how the industry is addressing these challenges, and how cloud technologies are evolving. Other topics include interoperability in the cloud and cloud sensor data. Read More here

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Big Data in the Public Cloud

Big Data in the Public Cloud

The early innovators in big data infrastructure (Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and Facebook) were large public cloud companies, but ran on their own private infrastructures. Although the public cloud companies have been developing big data infrastructure since their inception, only more recently have big data workloads been running in the public cloud. This article looks at some of the developments in big data public cloud offerings. Read full article »

Thoughts on the State of Cloud over the Next Five Years

Thoughts on the State of Cloud over the Next Five Years

EIC Mazin Yousif talks with experts from US and European universities about the current state of cloud computing as well as where the technology is heading over next 5 to 10 years. They cover critical cloud topics, such as security, privacy, and standardization. Read full article »