- Paper notes – What will drive computer performance after Moore’s law? ()
What will drive computer performance after Moore’s law? Will programmers need to focus on performance or can ARM chips and the cloud save us?
- How energy efficient is application streaming? ()
As more applications are run through a web browser, even that is beginning to be streamed from the cloud. Is that the best use of our now highly efficient computers? How energy efficient is application streaming?
- Paper notes – Energy-efficient cloud computing technologies and policies for an eco-friendly cloud market ()
My notes on the paper: Montevecchi, F., Hinterholzer, S., Stickler, T. & Hintemann, R. (2020) Energy-efficient cloud computing technologies and policies for an eco-friendly cloud market: final study report.
- Focusing on developers ()
Developers face an onslaught of marketing and an unrelenting velocity of releases to keep up with. This is why we started Console.
- Data centre water consumption ()
An examination of the water consumption of data centres, the measurement of that consumption, a discussion of the lack of data available to assess water efficiency, and where the industry is going in attempts to reduce future consumption.
- My new startup – Console – the best tools for developers ()
What’s next? 1) Console – a free weekly email digest of the best tools for developers; 2) researching sustainable computing at Uptime Institute.
- Carbon footprint – laptops vs servers, Intel vs ARM ()
The carbon footprint of a laptop is mostly in the manufacturing. Servers are different, and ARM chips are starting to change the game.
- Fighting over who has the greenest public cloud ()
Public cloud price wars have ended, and a new battle over who is the greenest has begun.
- Assessing the suitability of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol for calculation of emissions from public cloud computing workloads ()
A copy of my paper published in the open-access Journal of Cloud Computing.
- Hiding greenhouse gas emissions in the cloud ()
The scientific journal, Nature Climate Change, has published a paper I’ve written about how moving to the cloud can result in greenhouse gas emissions being hidden.