UPDATED 14:10 EDT / FEBRUARY 15 2012


ServicesAngle Weekly Editorial Call: Parallels and the SMB Cloud, the Future of Commodity Servers and More

Each week the ServicesAngle has a conference call to discuss the week’s news and trends. Sometimes we just do voice calls, other times we do videoconferencing. Sometimes we bring other people into the conversations. Wikibon and SiliconAngle are all about collaboration and transparency, so, we’ve decided to start sharing these conversations.

This week Wikibon analyst Bert Latamore, ServicesAngle editor Alex Williams and I discuss Parallels, HP’s new Gen8 line of servers, and more.


NoOps as a misnomer along the lines of NoSQL.
-The continued persistence of legacy technology, including COBOL and FORTRAN, and the RedMonk programming language rankings.
-HP’s Gen8 servers and the future of commodity servers.
Parallels and the small business cloud market.
CloudBees’ Java on-premise Platform-as-a-Service
HP’s new Service Integration and Management offering.

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