Jake Sorofman talks on how to glue together the application development world and the business operations one in an automated, virtualized and cloud computing environment.
Lew Moorman is an advocate of the cloud. For him the Cloud is a movement and a technology, the Cloud is for everyone but not for everything, and the Cloud should be part of a computing strategy.
George Reese discusses the number one challenge faced by cloud computing - security. He discusses transparency, credential management, and identity management among other topics.
Mr. West provides a detailed view of cloud computing and how it can be harnessed for benefit. Issues covered include: agile economies, mobile knowledge workers, the cloud, and global organizations
This presentation is a collection of four fifteen-minute mini-keynotes presented at the Glue conference in Denver, 2009. All presentations focused on aspects of "gluing together" web applications.
This presentation explores the issue of context automation, the forces driving it (e.g. clouds and extensible browsers) before focusing on the role of identity services as a key factor.
This presentation focuses on the Internet and separating myth from fact, history from the future, and the mundane from the imaginative. Bob Frankston presents a vision of what could and should be.
Part history, part vision, this keynote by Mitch Kapor looks at disruptive technologies in computing and applies lessons learned to outline a possible future for the Web.
Wainewright talks about the new challenges today: elaborating the right contracts, discovering the necessary resource in a world full of resources, and creating a business case adaptable to change.
At Gluecon 2009, Josh Elman discussed the Facebook platform and how it supports the creation of social networks, including the "social stack:" identity, social graph, and sharing.