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So long and thanks for the fish … leaving Microsoft
So after 5 great years at Microsoft UK it’s time for me to say so long as I move on to new things although I fully expect to remain part of the Microsoft ecosystem and still haunt the corridors of the UK Campus from time to time! So what does a Microsoft Architect do after Microsoft? Well more architecture...
11 Oct 2010
The Pig, The Banker and the Cloud
A story of cloud awareness This is the story of the Banker and the Pig. It is not based on any specific single reality but on the collection of many factors. It’s based on the presentation I prepared called Unbundling the bank. ”Oh no!”, says the (fictional) Banker (not related to any actual banker I...
2 Jul 2010
Unbundling the Bank @ CloudCamp
The other night I tried my hand at a 5 minute cloudcamp presentation which was mad and to be honest didn’t go according to plan! But hey I’ve put all that down to life-long-learning now and in probably talking to the wrong audience! Below is the deck I presented and for some most baffling reason, that...
2 Jul 2010
Appfabric: the gateway to the cloud, an easyjet story.
A year ago, easyjet would not have predicted the level of cloud adoption it has seen across its core IT assets. At Architect Insight last year, Andy Caddy, Head of Enterprise Architecture gave an account of their IT cloud strategy explaining that easyjet was a £2.5 billion business whose revenue nearly...
27 Apr 2010
The Pre-Manufactured Data Centre
Neat video that describes Microsoft’s data centre evolution from “Generation 4 vision” towards the pre-manufacturing of every part of the data centre: the IT, mechanical and electrical components as part of Pre-Assembled Components that they call an “ITPAC”. Take a look at the video here
30 Mar 2010
Talking Architects with Neil Ward-Dutton – Do architects love the cloud?
Well, maybe they don’t actually ‘love’ the cloud but according to the research by MWD Advisors in partnership with the IASA it appears that they are cautiously optimistic which came as quite a surprise. Neil, Research Director from MWD talked to me recently about their involvement with IASA and what...
2 Nov 2009
Architect Insight Slides now live!!!
Finally, after much delay I can confirm that the slide decks and keynote video are now available for download at: http://www.microsoft.com/uk/aic2009 Additional breakout videos and additional podcast interviews should follow soon!!!!
13 Jun 2009
The Cloud, the architect, IT and the great disruption
Here's the deck I presented to Accenture technical consultants. Bit of fun and got a chance to give my view on what's happening to IT. Here's what I was asked to cover ... What’s cloud computing? What’s the industry trend, projections, opportunity and client value? What does this mean for...
7 Jun 2009
What ISVs should know about hosting/building on cloud/PaaS
I had the pleasure of talking at an IBM hosted SIIA event yesterday and thought it worth sharing some thoughts. It was hosted by Phil Waineright ( http://blogs.zdnet.com/SAAS/ ) a well known commentator on SaaS and comprised of a series of 5 minute "lightening talks" (as popularised by Cloudcamp ) from...
19 Feb 2009
SQLServer in the Cloud?
** URLs fixed** Yesterday at MIX we announced SQL Server Data Services which is a set of data storage web services and query capabilities hosted on our datacentre infrastructure. This provides another element of the cloud infrastructure services layer that Ray Ozzie has been talking about as part...
6 Mar 2008
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