Larry Ellison does near-standup comic rif on cloud computing
So, imagine my glee while watching one of my heroes -- Oracle's chief samurai warrior and jet pilot, Larry Ellison -- drop effortlessly into a riff on cloud computing while talking to a room at the Churchill Club.
Ellison makes a pretty solid argument that cloud computing isn't just the future, it's also the present and the past. This from a man who just bought Sun Microsystems -- a company which sported "The network is the computer" as its slogan, more than a decade before the first marketroid said cloud.
In Soviet Russia, cloud computing makes fun of you.
Take the leap to see Lawrence "Shecky" Ellison in action.