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Simon Wardley, "Cloud Computing - Why IT Matters" - OSCON 09

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Simon Wardley (Canonical Ltd) gives his keynote talk, "Cloud Computing - Why IT Matters", at the 2009 Open Source Convention (OSCON). Don't miss an upload! Subscribe! http://goo.gl/szEauh Stay Connected to O'Reilly Media by Email - http://goo.gl/YZSWbO Follow O'Reilly Media: http://plus.google.com/+oreillymedia https://www.facebook.com/OReilly https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia
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Christopher Kusek (2 years ago)
Still a great presentation here, what... 7 years on?
Amol Gaikwad (4 years ago)
Its Excellent after 5 years. But we are looking for you new presentation on latest cloud technology.  
FrankEB (4 years ago)
Actually it's "In the words of OSCAR GOLDMAN, 'we have the technology'". ;)
Sage Mantis (5 years ago)
Cloud Computation is the realization of a memory hole.
Jon Loveless (5 years ago)
Wow. Well done and even fun!
M.I.Z Khalid (6 years ago)
EXCELLENT presentation! One of the best I've seen in YEARS!!!
Chow Ming (6 years ago)
tenatuntitled (8 years ago)
excellent presentation. I think many people misuse the two terms invention and innovation. According to literature in the field of innovation; an invention is the creation of a “new device” or a service and an innovation is the “commercial application” of that device. Hence when cloud computing and other services are in their early stages of the 'S' curve it should be called inventions and when the market embraces them it becomes innovations
Michael Kramer (8 years ago)
Great presentation I will share with my fellow developers at work. I've seen Simon's 1 hr and 25 min versions. Managing the same crowd engagement in just 15 min is impressive.
Mike Hoyles (8 years ago)
Love the comments from people who have clearly never given an IT presentation in their lives and fail to understand that without a common ground combined with laymen terms for the audience to relate to (ie: a rifle to a tank fight), your audience is completely confused, lost and ultimately disengaged. His efforts to mix humor with the technical explanations was very well pieced together and he gave his presentation in a concise and well-received manner. Cheers.
zohaib shaikh (8 years ago)
Interesting presentation!
Thibaud Jurquet (8 years ago)
Yeah, that's the way to go : judge a presentation on the first two minutes... Had you kept watching you would've found it interesting !
derek24107 (8 years ago)
An excellent presentation with a clever use of slides to keep the audience interested....It helped me understand Cloud Computing and provide a vision of the future....
hackercoolio (9 years ago)
Andy Booth (9 years ago)
You're right, but that's why cloud computing is inevitable. Market forces will drive us there. So why not be prepared? He stated that not all IT is suitable for cloud computing. You've got to realize that most people will just want services provided to them. They won't care that they can provide the services themselves by collecting the needed software. They'll be happy to turn over control of the software to the service providers.
alpenjon (9 years ago)
amazeballs (9 years ago)
haha simon wardley, what a legend

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