David Linthicum

Columnist

David S. Linthicum is SVP at Cloud Technology Partners and an internationally recognized industry expert and thought leader. Dave has authored 13 books on computing, the latest of which is "Cloud Computing and SOA Convergence in Your Enterprise, a Step-by-Step Approach." Dave’s industry experience includes tenures as CTO and CEO of several successful software companies, and upper-level management positions in Fortune 100 companies. He keynotes leading technology conferences on cloud computing, SOA, enterprise application integration, and enterprise architecture. Dave writes the Cloud Computing blog for InfoWorld.


You can rise with public clouds or sink with private

How's the private cloud working for your enterprise? Maybe it's time to take another look at public clouds

3 cloud migration mistakes companies keep making

Enterprises are getting better at moving applications and data to the cloud, but can't escape a few gotchas

Twitter, the FBI, and cloud computing: The disclosure dilemma

Twitter sues the FBI over data gathering, with major implications for cloud computing

HP's split doesn't help its cloud outlook

More focus and innovation might help Hewlett-Packard become a better cloud option, but it's too late to contend

3 lessons from the big cloud reboot

AWS, IBM, and Rackspace unexpectedly rebooted their clouds last week, to customers' unpleasant surprise

The censored cloud: The new reality for us all

Russia and China may reflect the extremes of government information control, but a new world order will affect all cloud users and providers

3 key changes you must make to succeed in the cloud

The movement to the cloud means that people, processes, and technology must change

With Ellison's exit, Oracle can finally do the cloud right

Oracle's cloud strategy faces one fewer hurdle as Larry Ellison steps down as CEO

What HP's buyout of Eucalyptus really means

Why did HP, an OpenStack company, purchase a private cloud AWS clone? Perhaps it’s better to ask why AWS did not

Cloud talent wars move to the executive suite

Red Hat's CTO has moved to Google, and top execs will soon be in as much demand as cloud developers

The feds are putting your tax dollars to work in the cloud

Cloud providers should copy the National Science Foundation's efforts to enable experimentation with cloud architectures, apps

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