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by on October 24th, 2012

Running low on money? Spending too much and confused with huge bills and low balance? Heard of cloud computing? In order to handle finances in the best manner possible, we tend to use concepts and applications relevant to invoicing and billing so as to keep track of the flow of money in and out of our pockets whether it be personal, small-scale, medium-scale or large-scale organizations. To organize your financial resources, BillFaster is a powerful web application that automates your financial tasks by first creating a record of all the constituents of your finances with focus on money in (invoices, payments, credit, estimates, order, delivery), money out (bills, payments, paid expenses), accounting (accounts, bank transfers, journals), and administration (contacts, time, projects, inventory control and items) in light of the internet cloud connectivity. Using a useful online interface and transaction integrated with PayPal, you can keep effectively control all major aspects, on the go.

by on December 4th, 2009

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Google https://www.programmerfish.com/category/app-engine-google/' target='_blank'>App Engine team has just released the new SDK v1.2.8 that adds much needed new features to the Admin Console Panel and this is the first time they previewed it with the developers before releasing the update so this means it definitely must have faced a lot of scrutiny before release. 

by on September 8th, 2009

With so many different cloud offerings by some of the biggest names in the industry like Google Docs, Microsoft’s Live Services, Amazon’s S3 and the like it pretty much becomes a heck of a task managing them all especially when every service has a different interface and credentials.

by on July 24th, 2009

SimpleDB, which Amazon describes as a structured dataset but not exactly a database since the term database is synonymous with relational databases, which, none of thimagee web 2.0 databases really are. Amazon was an early entrant in the Cloud Computing market with its AWS ( Amazon Web Services ) which has now become one of the widely used Cloud service for startups.

by on July 17th, 2009

Remote desktop browsing and virtualization are all the buzz words now with much of the stage light taken by Cloud Computing now. If you have ever tried to use any remote desktop access software then you must be familiar with X Window which provided GUI for networked computers and was among the first ones in the commercial virtualization services market. But it had problems: Network latency time and of course the network cost as a result of that.

by on April 8th, 2009

Finally the rumors have been confirmed and silenced, once and for all. Google https://www.programmerfish.com/category/app-engine-google/' target='_blank'>https://www.programmerfish.com/category/app-engine-google/' target='_blank'>App Engine team announced on their blog:

Today, we're very excited to announce the availability of a new programming language for Google https://www.programmerfish.com/category/app-engine-google/' target='_blank'>App Engine. Please welcome the Java runtime!

by on April 5th, 2009

Microsoft’s Software + Services website is displaying a video that explains how Software + Services model of Microsoft is going to change the web and ease our lives. Unlike Google and many others, Microsoft thinks that computer’s own power should be fully utilized to process data and load a rich interface instead of streaming the entire visual contents form server every time whereas data should only be synchronized from the cloud that simulates the software installed on the device. I have found this video very interesting and visionary, at first glance it seems to be like just another imaginary vision but if judged deeply, it explains the possible concept of web 3.0. Watch the video below:

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Video actually explains the concept of ubiquitous web and many other amazing stuff that world needs. What is ubiquitous web? …also called ubiquitous computing that touches on a wide range of research topics, including distributed computing, mobile computing, sensor networks, human-computer interaction, and artificial intelligence.

by on March 19th, 2009

At Mix09 on day 1, Microsoft announced a major update for Windows https://www.programmerfish.com/category/windows-azure-microsoft/' target='_blank'>Azure SDKs. Windows https://www.programmerfish.com/category/windows-azure-microsoft/' target='_blank'>Azure is Microsoft’s Cloud Computing platform that enables you to create and deploy highly scalable web applications on Cloud. Following are details of this update:

by on March 16th, 2009

Cloud Computing is one of the hottest thing right now in discussion around the web. Companies like Microsoft and Google have invested Billions of dollars to establish their Cloud Computing platforms.

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I have written an article on PakCrunch blog that explains why developing countries like Pakistan need Cloud Computing. Article explains how Cloud Computing can provide benefit to countries where web infrastructure isn’t mature enough to establish large data centers … click here to read

by on January 8th, 2009

There are now thousands of Cloud projects going on as the word "Cloud computing" became a buzzword for 2009 and is here to stay.

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GridGain is the only Native Cloud app development platform which was launched back in August 2007 and is now the fastest growing Java-based cloud development and runtime platform with over tens of thousands of downloads, more than 700 unique projects utilizing it and deployed in dozens of production systems.

by on January 4th, 2009

MacWorld 2009 is coming and there are a couple of strong rumors about some very powerful applications Apple is going to announce in its MacWorld showdown.cloud1 The strongest of them all - and pretty much probable too - is that Apple will announce its very own Cloud platform and join the elite group of Cloud Computing platforms. Since Clouds is the next big thing to happen to the world of computers and is sure to shape the future of computing for the next 50 years, its pretty much natural for all the big players to throw in there share of the pie.

by on September 1st, 2008

Another large cloud is on the fritz.

Following last month's much-discussed Amazon S3 outage, most (if not all) of XCalibre's FlexiScale cloud went dark on Tuesday, and nearly two days later, the UK-based hosting outfit has yet to restore service.

According to XCalibre CEO Tony Lucas, the outage has affected "a vast majority" of businesses relying on FlexiScale for on-demand storage, processing, and/or network bandwidth.

by on August 31st, 2008

The poem, based on "The Blind Men and the Elephant," by John Godfrey Saxe, tells the story of six "blind men of Info Tech," each trying to define cloud computing. If you look around at the various cloud definitions being proposed, I think you'll see these six perspectives--and more--at play.

by on July 30th, 2008

Hewlett-Packard, Intel and Yahoo are partnering for cloud computing research and education in order to advance the development and adoption of large-scale, data-intensive Internet-hosted applications and related IT infrastructure.

By banding together, the trio of computer industry titans hopes to foster collaboration among vendors, universities and government agencies around cloud computing, whose progress is hampered by "financial and logistical barriers," the companies said Tuesday.

ntel, Yahoo and HP are forming the Cloud Computing Test Bed, which they describe as a global, multi-data center, open-source effort designed to promote research on software, data center management and hardware for large-scale, Internet-hosted computing.

Partners in the initiative include the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the National Science Foundation and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany

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