Over the course of 2011, we launched three sister publications to cover three of the hottest areas in the information economy: Big Data, Cloud Computing, and Startups. In case you’ve missed out, here are some of the top stories this week on inside* Publications.
- Video: IBM’s Big Data Strategy. In this video, Shankar Venkataraman, senior manager worldwide enablement for IBM’s Big Data initiative, describes the company’s strategy in detail.
- EMC Isilon adds Native Hadoop to it Enterprise Scale-Out NAS. EMC Isilon scale-out NAS now integrates native HDFS as a protocol, providing all Hadoop users with built-in access to enterprise data protection.
- Video: Andy Bechtolsheim on Big Data. Andy Bechtolsheim from Arista Networks talks Big Data at the 2010 Structure: Data conference.
- Slidecast: EMC – Realizing Converged Infrastructure. In this Rich Report podcast, In this video, Edward Newman describes how EMC Consulting helps customers achieve their IT goals in the cloud using Converged Infrastructure.
- Video: Brendan Gregg Presents Performance Analysis: New Tools and Concepts from the Cloud. Joyent’s Brendan Gregg speaks at the SCALE 10x conference.
- Podcast: Opscode Users to Gather for First-Ever #ChefConf Event. In this podcast, Jesse Robbins from OpsCode talks about the new #ChefConf event coming up May 15-17, 2012 in San Francisco. The event will bring together hundreds of users of Chef, an open-source systems integration framework built specifically for automating the cloud.
- Video: Tumblecloud Startup Makes Collaborative Digital Storytelling Easy. Tumblecloud harkens back to the old Hypercard metaphor and make its extremely for you and your friends to mashup digital media like photos, videos, and documents.
- Big Data Startups Vie for IBM Global Entrepreneur Honors. How hot is Big Data in the Startup world? Eight out of nine companies in this competition center their business model around it.
- Video: MoPix Startup Looks to Make Distributing a Movie As Easy as Publishing an eBook. A Portland Startup, MoPix looks to correct the business model that sank DVDs.