IBM Joins Forces With Over 45 Organizations to Launch Cloud Standards Customer Council for Open Cloud Computing
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New user-led group to focus on addressing the challenges and requirements of using an Open Cloud
Members include AT&T, Citigroup, Pacific Life, Deere and Company, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, North Carolina State University, State Street, Kroger and Ohio State University.
Press Release : http://www.omg.org/news/releases/pr2011/04-07-11.htm
For more information : http://www.cloud-council.org/
You are invited to join the council at http://www.cloudstandardscustomercouncil.org/membership-application.htm
On April 27th, 2010 a new discussion group was launched to capture Cloud Computing requirements for China
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The discussion group has been launched to capture the requirements for Cloud Computing to support IT in China. Requirements identified by this group will be added to the existing work that has been documented in the Cloud Computing Use Cases White Paper. In addition to the paper being published in English, the paper will now be published in both Traditional and Simplified Chinese and can be accessed from the http://www.cloudusecases.org site.
The Use Cases White Paper has become a solid resource eliminating much of the initial confusion surrounding Cloud Computing. Customer scenarios form the foundation of the Paper and showcase how Cloud Computing can be leveraged using real world examples. The development of the paper is an iterative process and each new version builds on the previous version as shown in the following topics:
– Cloud Computing Concepts
– Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
– Developer Requirements
– Security in the Cloud
– Service Level Agreements (SLAs) is currently being developed
The China Cloud Computing Use Cases discussion group will use an open community approach. To follow all current and future activities surrounding Cloud Computing Use Cases, a new site has been established called CloudUseCases.Org (http://www.cloudusecases.org).
We look forward to hearing your requirements Cloud Computing in China as we develop new versions of the Cloud Computing Use Cases White Paper.
Greetings My developerWorks Enthusiasts, I'm going to start sharing highlights each week of suggested activities, tips and things happening in My developerWorks. Here's the first one!
1. Suggested activity of the week: Participate in a wiki
Check out all the new activity happening in Wikis in My developerWorks! This week find a wiki that you can either edit or comment on.
You can also participate in the new My developerWorks enthusiasts wiki. Add links to My developerWorks tips, social networking tips and recommended resources. Or you can comment on the wiki page. You can even use comments to ask questions or make suggestions of what you'd like to see in the wiki.
2. My developerWorks tip of the week: 5 ways to improve your blog on My developerWorks
And if you're thinking about starting a blog on My developerWorks, you can do that too!
3. My developerWorks featured member of the week: Interview with Barry Whyte, Master Inventor and Performance Architect for SVC
WEEKLY UPDATE SHOUT OUTS!
Social butterfly of the week: Robin Langford
Hot new blogger: Leah Ketring
Hot new group: IBM en español
Most intriguing status updater: Govind Baliga
And new people to keep an eye on: Peter Yim, John Swanson, Rosalie Ho, Stacy Pschenica, Lyn Ward
If you're interested in meeting fellow My developerWorks enthusiasts, keeping up with the latest My developerWorks news, and sharing tips and best practices for using My developerWorks and social networking, come join us in the My developerWorks enthusiasts group
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Greetings My developerWorks Enthusiasts, here's highlights this week - suggested activities, tips and things happening in My developerWorks.
1. Suggested activity of the week
Did you know that bloggers love getting comments? Encourage a My developerWorks blogger this week - say hello and comment on their blog! And if you are a blogger and you get a comment, respond or add the person to your network.
Find the latest blog posts you can comment on.
2. My developerWorks tip of the week
Improve your group: Make it into a knowledgebase
3. My developerWorks featured member of the week
Interview with Paul Ionescu, application development security expert
WEEKLY WAVE SHOUT OUTS!
Social butterfly of the week: Elizabeth Dunnagan
Most intriguing status updater: Shivraj Kumar Sarsambi
Hot new groups: Lotus francophones (Admin et developpeurs), Android Brazil, WebSphere Process Server
Hot new blogs: IBM Academic Information Management (Brazilian Portuguese)
Welcome! to new members of the My developerWorks enthusiasts:
Joseph Perry, Linda Taylor, Edsel Olviga, Pamir Erdem, Sally Braid, Rodney VanLoo, Michael Watson, Van lau vo, Sarith Ventrapragada, Maruthi S, Jungmuk Lim, Carlos Dedios
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#IBMIMPACT - IBM joins Cloud Standards Customer Council - http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/34198.wss. FOr more information, visit the Cloud Zone ( CZ-2 ) in the Solution Center.
Thank you IBM for continuing to ensure that developerworks is an active site and one of the best resources out there for professional IT folks.
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为帮助合作伙伴提升软件开发管理与协作水平，IBM创新中心特别邀请Rational资深专家,共同举办IBM Rational技术体验日, 让您实际体验Team Concert管理工具，一起分享IBM在软件开发管理方面的最佳实践经验。
IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC)是构建在JAZZ创新平台上的一个团队协作式的软件开发环境，它集成了源代码控制（Source Code Control）、工作项管理（Work Item Management）和构建管理（Build Management）等软件生命周期管理功能。IBM Rational Team Concert可以提高开发协作效率，提升软件交付品质。
Rational Team Concert简介与互动体验
体验IBM Rational Team Concert提供的协作开发能力
第1部分：加入团队（Setting up the Team）
第2部分：计划工作（Planning Your Work）
第3部分：跟踪工作（Keeping Track of All Our Work）
第 4部分：完成与共享工作（Performing and Sharing Your Work）
第 5部分：配置管理基础（Remembering Well Known SCM Configurations）
第 6部分：构建管理基础（User’s View of Build）
第 7部分：体验变更与追踪能力（Exploring Changes and Traceability）
第 8部分：结束迭代和一个更严格的过程（Endgame and a Tightened Process）
100 years ago three small companies merged to become what is now IBM - and a journey toward progress began.
My personal story with IBM began 25 years ago - I had to change the chain of an IBM 1403 chain printer. A few years later I was part of AD/Cycle - IBM´s first framework for software development. Part of AD/Cycle was CSP - a 4GL created in 1981 intended to create online systems on IBM's mainframe platforms. EGL, IBM´s newest business language, is the grandchild of that language. We are still in the process of migrating old CSP based applications to EGL and generate them now into Java. That´s IBM - you can take a program written in the late eighties and migrate it with minimum effort into a modern browser based application based on AJAX, web services and all the new cool stuff!
Greetings My developerWorks Enthusiasts, here's highlights this week - suggested activities, tips and things happening in
1. Suggested activity of the week: Join the discussion
Be a social butterfly this week in the My developerWorks enthusiasts group and practice participating in a group discussion! We've posted a question for you here about how much time you spend social networking each week. There is no "right" answer, so just share your point of view.
2. My developerWorks tip of the week: We've got two this week...
For busy souls like me! (thanks to Suma Shastry, for sharing tips for navigating My developerWorks when you don't have much time!)
Best practices for leading a group on My developerWorks
3. My developerWorks featured member of the week:
WEEKLY UPDATE SHOUT OUTS!
Social butterfly of the week: Apra Sahney
Hot new blogs: IBM developerWorks India and
Hot new groups:
Welcome! to new members of the My developerWorks enthusiasts: Ken Applegate,Renata Zanuto, Michael Masterson
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