Monthly Archives: August 2010

Cloud Computing Demystified Day

There wouldn’t have been a better way to end the ECSA2010 week than having a wonderful gathering of Danish industry with five international speakers discussing the potential opportunities, challenges, and proposed solutions for exploiting Cloud Computing paradigm. The Cloud Computing … Continue reading

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ECSA2010 ended – great satisfaction!!!

This has been a fantastic week for ECSA2010 organizing team as well as for me personally. Everyone took great satisfaction to see this relatively new conference raising the bar in terms of quality of the program, number of delegates, and … Continue reading

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Role of Cloud Computing in Future of IT

Debate about the advantages and risks of Cloud Computing is heating up in industrial and academic circles. Proponents and skeptics appear to have forceful arguments to support their positions. This situation leaves an increasing number of practitioners and business executives … Continue reading

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A day in Paris with EASI-Clouds Partners

A couple of weeks ago, I was in Paris to attend the EASI-Clouds partners’ meeting called to form a common vision of the project. This was an interesting day with full of presentations, discussions, and debates. It was decided that … Continue reading

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Supporting Pervasive Awareness in GSD Projects

This blog post’s title is taken from Antonio Lagrotteria’s Masters thesis project, which he completed under my supervision over the last six months. Today, he submitted the thesis for examination and will be flying to his homeland for much needed … Continue reading

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