The future of cloud computing from News

While advances are going on in the micro-scale by individuals trying to push for better methodologies for cloud computing, recent backlash has occurred in the corporate world.  IBM, Sun, and Cisco are all pushing a standardization of open cloud computing, but Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and the Cloud Computing Interoperability Forum (CCIF) have declined to support it.  The CCIF commented: “[it] comes with great pain as we fully endorse the document’s contents and its principles of a truly open cloud.”  It would seem that the vision of open cloud computing may not be as open as some would like.

In the smaller communities however, proof of concepts using Javascript, along with uses of Google’s Map-Reduce are starting to pop up showing that despite the holdups in the industry, the rest of the world keeps on moving forward.


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