Cloud Computing is a $20 billion yearly business. In the latest poll, Amazon Web Services dominates the market with a 28% market share. Microsoft Azure is gaining share at 10%, and there’s the rest of the pack lagging behind. Not only that, cloud revenues are increasing yearly. In 2014, cloud computing has gained 48% over the year before. ReadWrite’s article even mentions Digital Ocean as a favorite for web developers.
In a recent article by ReadWrite.com, it talks about Openstack, the open-source software that control a cloud of servers. One of the compelling arguments against OpenStack is its inability to scale with large implementations. Some companies are bringing in Juniper to help with their Contrail Networking and OpenContrail products to alleviate the scaling issues.
If you’re a Linux guy, this is good news. Linux jobs are in high demand. From Computerworld.
If you’re an open-source expert, the job market is your oyster – the Linux Foundation released a report this week that says that employees with Linux skills are in high demand, with hiring managers working hard to bring them in.
According to the survey, the prevalence of open-source in the cloud and other important areas of business technology is helping to push the demand for Linux- and open-source-savvy workers higher. Forty-two percent of respondents said that CloudStack or OpenStack experience would be a valuable addition to a resume, and 19% said the same about open-source SDN skills.
How to stop Ubuntu from sending your desktop searches to online retailers. Canonical has gotten a lot of flak for sharing Ubuntu users’ desktop searches to retailers. They plan to drop it with Unity 8 which is not scheduled until spring of 2016. Meanwhile, here’s a good article detailing how to disable your online search results.