Here’s our wrap-up of the week of May 23rd:
In the Blogs:
Wally Pereira explored testing by asking A Pilot or a Proof of Concept? The First Step in the RISC to IA Migration
This week on Intel Conversations in the Cloud we had Ben Grubin from Novell on to discusses data center infrastructure tools and automating cloud services, as well as some best practices for your data center and cloud computing needs.
On Intel Chip Chat Bridget Karlin discussed the Intel AppUp Small Business service a new hybrid cloud computing solution that delivers a complete solution from software to hardware to cloud provisioned monitoring and management for the small business.
This week the Intel Chip Chat Challenge has returned! Allyson Klein asks a simple question:
By 2015 what is the largest impact cloud computing will have on our lives, why, and how?
This is your chance to share your thoughts and you could win in the contest! Go answer!
Across the web we saw:
From the Intel Cloud Builders program we saw a demo of Trusted Compute Pools for Cloud Computing with Hytrust and Intel TXT
We saw Intel Xeon E7 processors power the SAP In-Memory Appliance (SAP HANA™) in explanation.
In the social Stream:
Winston Saunders shared the Top 10 Things Data Centers Forget in Their PUE Claims, on Linked In.
Raejeanne Skillern shared a look inside Google’s DC: http://bit.ly/ig3Bij
Chris Peters asked: Is compromise inevitable? The Intel CISO says yes.
Raejeanne Skillern shared info from Data Center Knowledge that eBay's data centers are filled with racks packed with up to 96 servers, and using 28 kilowatts of power.
Winston Saunders shared a 451 Group Video on Renewable Energy and Data Centers on Data Center Knowledge.
Cisco Systems offered a peek at the cool, green features from Cisco's [new] Allen, TX data center!