Sunday, July 31, 2011

Elastic cloud computing? Sure, but don't forget the database.

I was interviewed at the Xeround booth at the MySQL Users Conference and Expo in April, talking about databases in the cloud, and although this was a vendor interview, the issues were pretty much cloud generic. I think you know my views on clouds and elasticity and stuff like that by now, but if not, the you might want to read my blogpost The E is for Elastic. And if you don't don't want to read my rant, then Xeround has published the interview on YouTube, so you can see it there:
Challenges for databases in the cloud

On Elasticity and Cloud Databases


2 comments: said...

it's really good i enjoyed it,,,thanks for it....

Elenwillson said...

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