Comparing all the cloud offerings is quite a challenge. Here the best resources I could find so far:
AWS Services by Amazon
AWS and Google by Google
AWS and Azure by Microsoft
AWS and rackspace by Rackspace
IBM Bluemix by IBM
And here some third party information:
AWS vs. Google vs. Azure by sitepoint.com
Azure vs. AWS by tomsitpro.com
Some other cloud service providers:
https://www.ovh.ie/ several DCs mainly IaaS and VDI
https://www.digitalocean.com/ several DCs and nice SaaS portfolio for developers
http://www.dimensiondata.com/Global/Solutions/Cloud several DCs for IaaS
Anything missing? Let me know and I’ll add it to the list.
This must be one of the most useful applications of mathematics ever … watch and enjoy!
Thanks to Matthias Kreck from the Universität Bonn and Numberphile !!!
This week I was looking for an alternative to dropbox. Dropbox is fine for me as long as files are public and not in any way confidential. However some times I have a need to work together with colleagues and we don`t want to do so in privacy. So I was looking for a cloud service provider bases in Europe and with end to end encryption. The first I found was Wuala.
I am pretty sure there are more services like that around. Let me know if you know another one and I will add it to the article !!!
Here a link I had on my blog before my server crashed ….
The IBM® Redpaper™ is released. Together with my colleagues from the Technical Expert Council, Central Region (TEC CR) we wrote this guide: Deploying IBM Flex System into a Cisco Network
A few years ago I was in Brasil and browsed ridethehill.com the net to find some nice pictures and videos of Rio. I found this video on ibm.com and have to share it with you.
Rios controll system has some really nice features like
flood and landslide forecast
automated notifications to emergency personnel
updates available via Twitter @OperacoesRio
and Facebook at Centro de Operações Rio
and much more …
Here a second video that gives a bit more of an insight how the system is used.
With this swarm of robots my dream might come true one day. Well I guess it is a pretty common dream. A swarm of small cleaning robots! Wouldn’t that be brilliant? Hundreds of small helpers cleaning up when we are at work. OK, the vacuum robots we can buy today are not bad, but I want something than can clean on my desk and the windows as well.
So my server failed a few day ago. And if failed badly. All data lost, all posts gone … pretty much everything gone.
- The easiest way is just to restore your backups …. but when you are reading this article then you most likely do not have a backup.
- Use the WordPress export tool from time to time. It is under Tools -> data export This will cause you a lot of work in case you loose your data.
- One other way to get to your lost data is to use google cache. Just search on google for all webpages from your site. I searched for “site:rissmann.ch”. This will show all sites google knows about and you can use the little symbol next to the URL to access the google cache. Now starts the manual part, open all sites in the cache and save them. After that you can use the saved pages to rebuild your website.
As you might already suspect I had to use method three to rebuild my blog. And I am not jet finished. Still several articles I need to recover.