Tag Archives: Cloud economics
We all store (and often share) our information on a cloud. Cloud storage is typically free for limited amounts of memory (which may mean 25 GB, which is by no means a small amount...). When we assign our data to a cloud, … Continue reading
Last month I have attended the GECON 2013 conference. The long name of the conference is The 10th International Conference on Economics of Grids, Clouds, Systems, and Services. Very well hosted by the colleagues at the University of Zaragoza in Spain, … Continue reading
Our paper "Cloud storage pricing: a comparison of current practices" has been accepted for presentation at the next Hot Topics in Cloud Services ( HotTopiCS 2013) workshop, associated to the 4th ACM/SPEC International Conference on Performance Engineering ( ICPE 2013), … Continue reading
Cloudsider, the well-known navigator through cloud offers, has reviewed our recent work on cloud storage price analysis. You can find our original work here. The article by Cloudsider is instead here. Have a nice read !