суббота, 2 июня 2012 г.

To the question ' Clouds and the ACT '

http://cloudclub-ru. blogspot. com/2010/08/blog-post. html. ).
of interpretations, which for some reason the blog was prescribed does not ( I learned about it from a received message). For the first time confronted with this situation:-(.
Therefore, reproducing the text (it is a fragment from a publication eWeek):.
Black Duck: Open-Source Projects Drive Cloud Computing:. http://www. eweek. ru.

The Black Duck analysis shows a 70 percent growth from 2008 to 2009 in projects specifically associated with cloud computing. These cloud-specific, open-source projects account for nearly 50 million lines of code, the company said. Cloud environments referenced by the projects show Amazon Web Services as the leading environment, followed by Microsoft's Windows Azure, Google App Engine, and Force. com. To see a chart and list of open-source software cloud projects data referenced in this release, go to:.
http://www. blackducksoftware. com / oss / projects /.

'In the wake of the financial crisis of the past 18-24 months and as enterprise IT application developers re-architect applications for cloud environments, they are turning to open-source software for its low cost, availability and breadth of possible solutions,' . 'Open source's low barriers to entry and abundance offer significant time-to-market advantages and make it an emerging and important element of cloud development strategies for enterprise developers. At the same time, organizations must put in effective open-source assessment and management capabilities to leverage it as part of a complex software sourcing strategy for the cloud and for other environments. '.
I think I say things are pretty obvious. Growth on 70% of Cloud- projects, given the near- zero starting point, not very impressive (although it makes you wonder what it would be time for us. ).
Well, the fact that Open Source lowers the bar for developers - is also known.

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