Greg Willis

Thoughts on emerging technology and cloud architecture

October, 2009

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About Greg Willis

I'm a strategic technical advisor and enterprise architect with over 20 years commercial experience in the digital media, IT, telecoms and finance industries.  I joined Microsoft Australia in 2004.

My professional profile and personal contact information can be found on LinkedIn at: http://www.linkedin.com/in/gwillis.   My personal website is at http://www.leanslate.com

My prior experience includes architecting high-traffic (and in other cases high-hype) web sites in the halcyon days of Web 1.0 before the web world generally worried about such trivial matters as business models and revenue.

My focus is now on emerging technologies and the adoption of cloud platforms - specifically their role in extending enterprise and ISV architecture.  I also have an on-going fascination with digital media and rich user experiences consumed across multiple devices.

Little known fact:  In the Marvel universe I am apparently able to manipulate gravity.

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    Avanade Global Cloud Computing Survey

    Avanade recently released their 2009 Cloud Computing survey . Joe McKendrick has provided some good commentary on some of the key scenarios in his blog post earlier this week. What’s clear from the survey is: a) there is a lot (and growing) interest...
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    Australian customers and partners at PDC 2009

    I’m attending PDC 2009 in Los Angeles along with 40 or so (as at last week) customers and partners from Australia. If you haven’t registered yet and want to deep dive on any of our latest developer technology and be there for Windows Azure’s commercial...
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    Separated at birth – Larry and Hank?

    Well I think we all know by now that Oracle’s Larry Ellison is no fan of the cloud computing hype.  No comment on whether that reflects Oracle’s capability in that area.  Be sure to check out Larry’s comedic skills in this latest episode: Talking...
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