This is an excerpt of some concepts from his upcoming book, Nanokrieg: Beyond
Blitzkrieg, a book covering the changes in Military Infrastructure,
Strategies and Tactics needed to win the War on Terrorism. It includes
chapters on cyberterrorism and cyberwarfare.
With the latest terrorist occurrences in Brussels, Belgium, and Paris,
France, on hard targets, we tend to equate terrorism with overt acts of small
groups in shootings, stabbings, and bombings of people in order to disrupt
their day-to-day lives and create fear in a region's economy.
This is referred to as "asymmetrical warfare", where one enemy has a totally
different level of resources and personnel to apply. Both sides are not equal
in strength, but the weaker enemy makes up for it with non-traditional and
guerilla warfare tactics to defeat and demoralize their enemy.
Iron-Clad Clouds Are a Must in Today's... (more)
Nanokrieg© in Cloud Computing: Battles with Micro-Second Synchronicity
If we are involved in a cyber-war, where are the frontlines? Should we be
spending more time (and money) in figuring out cyber-warfare, instead of
(Part of this article is an excerpt of Carlini's upcoming book, NANOKRIEG:
In the middle of World War II, very basic and primitive computers were
designed to improve accuracy for naval gunfire. The first computers ran
complex mathematical applications to calculate trajectories and gunfire from
large battleships. The size of ... (more)
Sometimes, people frustrated with the status quo within an industry come up
with a better solution, much to the surprise of that industry's experts.
Evolution comes from within. Revolution comes from the outside.
Wake up America - especially the politicians in California, Illinois, and
anywhere else where they are considering implementing a high-speed train.
High-speed trains are so "last century" and they are not cheap to build or
maintain. If they are not used to their maximum capacities and there is only
marginal ridership, they are a supreme waste of money and their residual ... (more)
COMCAST's recent $45 billion acquisition of Time-Warner Cable was big news in
the Cable TV world, but it should be big news in the area of cloud computing
and network diversity.
Instead of looking at COMCAST as a cable TV provider, it is time that we
should be looking at it as another alternative to the traditional network
carriers like AT&T and Verizon for our data needs both at home and at the
Re-Thinking Cloud Computing Strategy
Do you have network redundancy in place in your cloud computing applications?
They cannot be considered "mission critical" if you ... (more)
Cloud Computing Synchronicity: Timing Is Everything
Today, more enterprises are looking at cloud-based solutions. What is still
missing is the ability to "sync up" transactions coming from various outbound
originations to a single destination. What is necessary is Cloud Transaction
There are many articles and white papers discussing cloud computing and
shared services. We have seen numerous articles on new services that are
being touted like SaaS (Software as a Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure as a
Cloud Transaction Synchronicity © is the ability to h... (more)