I’ve just had a really pleasant experience looking at Heroku – the ‘cloud application platform’ from Salesforce.com but it’s left me wondering where it fits in. A mate of mine who works for Salesforce.com suggested I look at Heroku after I told him that I’d had some good and bad experiences with Google’s AppEngine and […]
I’ve been a bit busy recently and so instead of finishing off the complex REPAMA SAS into the “Cloud Computing / Cloud Software / Cloud Management / Application Services Management” study, I decided to produce a rough draft of the much simpler REPAMA into Force.com’s go-to-market strategy instead. Whilst the segment analysis study only covers […]
Steve and I met with the good people at Force.com this morning to get an update on their approach to the Cloud Computing market and to hear their vision for the future. I’d already carried out some REPAMA analysis of Force’s marketing proposition and, just like I found when I looked at Oracle’s ESB proposition,I […]
I’ve completed the first draft of the cloud computing segmentation model upon which we will build our REPAMA studies. As I’ve mentioned before along my journey to arrive at this model, I’ve found the cloud computing market to have quickly become crowded and confused. This is largely due to the ease at which “traditional” vendors […]
Continuing the research I’ve documented in these pages… …I’ve either stumbled across, been gently reminded or have been actively asked to include specific vendors in the list of cloud computing vendors. So here’s REV 4. The actual list of vendors is shown in the tag list below. Also included in the Wordle is a […]
I’ve made a minor update and per some of the comments I received I’ve made the Wordle a little more readable – but not that readable as that’s sort of the point. Danny Goodall
I’m going to maintain a wordle of vendors that appear to have an association with cloud computing. I will add to this during the course of my research. Here’s the first draft. Click for a larger version. Initial vendors supplied courtesy of the good people at Opencrowd. Danny Goodall.