The OpenSolaris Bible: a review

Today, I just received my copy of the OpenSolaris Bible by Nicolas A. Solter, Gerald Jelinek, and David Miner. While the post office only dropped this off today, I’ve been frequenting my local bookstore to read this book several times over the past week. To be honest, I haven’t yet finished the book’s meaty 971 pages, but I’ve read enough that I feel confident in telling you: I love it.
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What the heck is cloud computing?

There is a lot of talk these days about “cloud computing”. Not many people know what cloud computing is, there has been much confusion around the topic. Cloud computing is what has been hailed as the next step: Automatic or transparent, dynamic provisioning, as needed by one’s application.

Hello, I’m Eric Windisch, a new editor here at Time Doctor Dot Org.  I consider myself to be a Unix/Linux systems administrator, business owner, industry analyst, and in other words: a geek.  I’ve been asked to bring some technical content to this site, which I hope I can do in a way that will be both interesting and informative.  My first article is “What the heck is cloud computing?”, please enjoy. – Regards, Eric Windisch

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