The Next Web (of Applications): The Future Building Blocks

Eines der Highlights der heutigen the Next Web
Conference
war der Vortrag von Amazon CTO Werner Vogels, der heute einmal vier, fünf Jahre vorausgeblickt hat, in die Zukunft (der Web-Anwendungen), und über das Thema "The
Future Web Building Blocks"
gesprochen hat:

"When we talk about building blocks for Internet applications currently we
still talk about pretty low level stuff, but slowly there is an
ecosystem developing that provides higher level services that are going
to be the building blocks for a deluge of revolutionary new
applications.

Werner will show how new services that that are coming
into existence today in areas such telco, geo, media, graphing, bigdata,
are going to drive development of applications that could not be built
before."

The Next Weblog hat den Vortrag zusammengefasst:

"Vogels insists that in the future, all apps will need to include a core
set of functionalities: rich media experience; multi-device access;
location context aware; real-time presence driven; social graph based;
user generated content; virtual goods economy; recommendations;
integrated with social networks; and advertisement and premium support.

Futurebuildingblocks

Vogels went through a number of
infrastructure cloud-based services including Drop.io (file sharing),
Panda (security), SimpleGeo (location), Animoto (video), Twilio (VoIP),
Echo (real-time conversation), Amazon Mechanical Turk (crowdsourced
human labor), Social Gold (virtual currency), Charify (payments), OpenX
(advertising), 80Legs and github (development)."

Siehe auch Werner Vogels' letzten
Blogeintrag zum Thema: "I am looking for new application and platform services"

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