I have Cloud Power

Amazon Web Services

AWS is an IaaS platform and provides maximum freedom for developers in choice of the OS, middleware and development environment.
Google App Engine + Google Apps

Google App Engine is used as SaaS, it provides free limited resources (disk space and bandwidth), GAE supports programming languages – PHP, Python and Java.

Facebook

Nothing to explain it is the place where (almost all) clients live with sharing content.

Rackspace

Rackspace is like Amazon cloud in IaaS and cost is quite reasonable.

Scalr.net


Scalr will provision new servers on-the-fly to handle spikes in demand, and decommission them when no longer needed to lower cost.. then your website and web application can grow to millions of users with little work.

RightScale


Cloud Computing Management Platform…Join thousands of companies managing their applications in the cloud with RightScale.

IBM Cloud

IBM Cloud is used in large companies and resource-intensive processes for managing software development, testing, storage and processing of huge data.

VMWare vCloud

VMWare Cloud is leader in virtualization.

Force.com

Force.com is provider of SaaS applications. Salesforce allows to create system and independent cloud applications.

Ghost Cloud

It provides private hard disk across the Internet for your files from any computer or cell phone and world-class backup and security.

Glide Cloud

Force.com is provider of SaaS applications. Salesforce allows to create system and independent cloud applications.

ZeroPC

Any Browser + Cloud Computing + Pay-As-You-Go = ZeroPC.

eyeOS

eyeOS have Ubiquity, Flexibility, Integration, Simplicity, Collaboration, Privacy, Security, Low Costs.

AirSet

AirSet – Share with Facebook Friends, Coordinate Schedules, Store & Back Up Files, Sync to Mobile Devices, Work from Anywhere.

My Gladinet Drive

SaaS built using a PaaS (Google App Engine) and using IaaS (Amazon EC2)

SaaS = PaaS + IaaS

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Tools for Development, Testing and Implementation:
* Amazon Web Services (AWS)
* Google App Engine (GAE)
* Google Chart Libraries
* Eclipse IDE

VaR Cloud Presentation SVNLabs

References:
Google AppEngine: http://code.google.com/appengine/
Amazon EC2: http://aws.amazon.com/ec2/
Google Chart: http://code.google.com/apis/chart/

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