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Internet Standards

HTTP2 Expression of Interest

Here’s my (rather rushed) personal submission to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in response to their Call for Expressions of Interest in new work around HTTP; specifically, a new wire-level protocol for the semantics of HTTP (i.e., what will become HTTP/2.0), and new HTTP authentication schemes. You can also review the submissions of Facebook, Firefox, Google, Microsoft, […]

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Cloud Internet

Is HTTP the HTTP of cloud computing?

Ok so after asking Is OCCI the HTTP of cloud computing? I realised that the position may have already been filled and that the question was more Is AtomPub already the HTTP of cloud computing? After all my strategy for OCCI was to follow Google’s example with GData by adding some necessary functionality (a search […]

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Cloud Standards

Is AtomPub already the HTTP of cloud computing?

A couple of weeks ago I asked Is OCCI the HTTP of cloud computing? I explained the limitations of HTTP in this context, which basically stem from the fact that the payloads it transfers are opaque. That’s fine when they’re [X]HTML because you can express links between resources within the resources themselves, but what about […]

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Cloud Standards

Is OCCI the HTTP of Cloud Computing?

The Web is built on the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), a client-server protocol that simply allows client user agents to retrieve and manipulate resources stored on a server. It follows that a single protocol could prove similarly critical for Cloud Computing, but what would that protocol look like? The first place to look for the […]