1. Solius Cloud flight with live cam + HD


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    Cloud bursting on a wet day. This time the live feed is included and annotations. There were many more clouds today to get stuck into, but the high moisture in the air made for bad reception. Frsky failsafe as well again.

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    • F5 Cloud Federation Architecture Overview


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      Many organizations are realizing the benefits of adopting cloud-based services rather than deploying and maintaining in-house solutions. Software as a Service (SaaS) providers are able to deliver niche expertise in a cost effective, multi-tenancy environment via a ready-to-consume, subscription-based model. The benefits of the SaaS option, however often come at the cost of up-to-the-minute access control and reliable security policy enforcement.

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      • F5 Cloud Bursting Architecture Overview


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        Aggressive competition is forcing organizations to tighten budgets and extract more productivity from existing resources. But fluctuating demands on a leaner data center infrastructure bring a risk: tipping the scale from an acceptable user experience to catastrophic failure and service outage. Solving this quandary lies in abstracting the processing and application delivery requirements from the static, underlying infrastructure and enabling those requirements to span physical locations as demand dictates.

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        • GreenButton - Scott Houston + Dave Fellows - "Multicore and the Cloud"


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          I Multicore World - 27-28 March 2012, Wellington, New Zealand Abstract - Cloud Bursting – Most software vendors fear cannibalization of their existing revenue streams, Cloud bursting offers a way for ISVs to better understand the economies of the Cloud and earn incremental revenue. BIO- Scott Houston - CEO. GreenButton, New Zealand Scott Houston is founder and CEO of GreenButton, an award winning global software company that specializes in high performance cloud computing. GreenButton provides a cloud platform for development and delivery of software and services that enable ISVs to move to the cloud and for their users to access cloud resources at the push of a button. GreenButton is Microsoft’s® 2011 Windows Azure ISV Partner of the Year and the company has offices in New Zealand, Palo Alto and Seattle. Scott has over 30 years of experience in the IT sector and was CTO for the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy of films, he gave a keynote address to 15,000 people at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington DC in 2010. Scott was the only non-Microsoft speaker on the final day (other than Bill Clinton who followed Scott on the stage). Dave Fellows - CTO. GreenButton, New Zealand Dave Fellows is the CTO at GreenButton and is extremely passionate about cloud-based technology and applying this to the world of High Performance Computing. Dave was GreenButton’s second fulltime staff member and was bought in as Lead Architect to design their cloud-agnostic High Performance Computing architecture, suited to running on commodity cloud infrastructure. Prior to GreenButton, Dave spent many years working in the UK designing massively scalable systems for the Investment Banking industry. Before this, Dave worked at both Datacom and Synergy leading technical teams.

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          • Wild Nothing Cloud Bursting Video Remix


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            Video 9 of Project 46 - 10 by Ghost Runner

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