Cloud and travel fun

January 25, 2012 – 12:55 am
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Warning if you are a cloud purist who does not take lightly to fun in and around all types of clouds, well, try to have some fun, otherwise enjoy this fun in and around clouds post.

On a recent trip to a video recording studio in the Boston (BOS) area, I took a few photos with my iPhone of traveling above, in and around clouds. In addition, during the trip I also used cloud based services from the airplane (e.g. Gogo WiFi) for cloud backup and other functions.

Above the clouds, the engine (A GE/CFM56) enables this journey to and above the clouds
View of a GE CFM56 powering a Delta A320 journey to the clouds

Easy to understand Disaster Recovery (DR) plan for planes traveling through and above cloudsEasy to understand Disaster Recovery (DR) plan for planes traveling through and above clouds
Easy to understand cloud emergency and contingency procedures

On board above the cloud marketing
Example of cloud marketing and value add services

Nearing Boston
Clouds are clearing nearing destination Boston aka IATA: BOS

Easy to understand above the cloud networking
Example of easy to understand converged cloud networking

A GE/CFM56 jet engine flying over the GE Lynn MA jet engine facility
GE Aviation plant in Lynn MA below GE CFM56 jet engine

On rampe or waiting area to return back to above the clouds
Back at Logan, long day of travel, video shoot, time for a nap.

Clear sky at sunset as moon rises over Cloud Expo 2011 in Santa Clara
From a different trip, wrapping up a cloud focused day, at Cloud Expo in Santa Clara CA in November.

Here are some additional links about out and about, clouds, travel, technology, trends and fun:
Commentary on Clouds, Storage, Networking, Green IT and other topics
Cloud, virtualization and storage networking conversations
What am I hearing and seeing while out and about

Oh, what was recorded in the video studios on that day?

Why something about IT clouds, virtualization, storage, networking and other related topics of course that will be appearing at some venue in the not so distant future.

Ok, nuff fun for now, lets get back to work.

Cheers gs

Greg Schulz – Author Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking (CRC Press, 2011), The Green and Virtual Data Center (CRC Press, 2009), and Resilient Storage Networks (Elsevier, 2004)

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