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Some Favorites From OSCON 2010

I was up in Portland last week for OSCON where I had a chance to mix and mingle with some of the greatest minds and efforts around open source and cloud computing. If you haven't had a chance to check out the videos, here are a couple of my favorites that were posted over the weekend.

I was up in Portland last week for OSCON where I had a chance to mix and mingle with some of the greatest minds and efforts around open source and cloud computing. If you haven't had a chance to check out the videos, here are a couple of my favorites that were posted over the weekend.

Simon Wardley is always a great show with his mix of clever wit and industry knowledge. He did a piece titled Situation Normal Everything Must Change.

If you have followed some of our recent news, you'll know that Cloud.com is excited to be participating in the openstack project with the Rackspace team. Lew Moorman had a great keynote on their focus around open source and the cloud with the launch of this new initiative.

Finally Fred Kohout, a friend and colleague (yes, in that order) from Sun Microsystems tracked me down and turned his camera on me for a quick second. Fred is the CMO over at UC4 where they are leading the charge on datacenter automation - open source and cloud computing are both very relevant to his customers and it was great to run into him at OSCON. You'll find this video along with one he did with another friend and colleague, Barton George of Dell, up on his blog

These are just a few of the weeklong things that happened both on stage and off stage at OSCON. A great week filled with some great meetings, some great news and great content.

Monday, July 26, 2010 - 08:58
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