This community is an open forum for discussing, sharing, and collaborating on <b sizcache="1" sizset="247"><a cmimpressionsent="1" href="http://www.ibm.com/ibm/cloud">Cloud Computing</a></b>. Through the use of shared links
and member profiles, the community can network to better understand the
potential of Cloud Computing, the attributes of Cloud Computing, and what it
means as an evolving model for IT infrastructures -- building on concepts such
as virtualization, utility and grid computing, and SaaS and driving
expectations for access, consistency and quality in the user computing
Doug is an IBM Software Group Cloud Computing evangelist. His main areas of expertise are Java, Cloud Computing, XML, and Web Services. <br />He has authored many articles and tutorials on developerWorks, and continue to write for dW
as I have time. Doug has also written the second edition of his book on XSLT,
published by O'Reilly and is co-author (with James Snell and Paul Kulchenko, who wrote most
of the book) of O'Reilly's book on SOAP.<br />
Quick links to the IBM product-level code available in the Amazon EC2 environment.
You can bring your own IBM licenses to Amazon EC2, utilize development Amazon Machine Images (for ISVs only), or leverage the production-ready Amazon EC2 running IBM service. Read more about each of those options.
Cloud computing for developers is your starting point for the latest IBM, developerWorks and general industry information on cloud computing. Discover why cloud computing is important, how to get started, and where to learn more about it.