Today, the world welcomes a new public cloud provider to play in the SAP space. That provider is none other than Google. This is exciting. No really, it’s exceptionally exciting. Why?
Think of an expensive wine… let’s take Petrus. Would you really want to have it served to you in a tea-stained mug? Probably not, although you may answer that if someone’s giving you Petrus you wouldn’t care what it’s served in!
I started writing this post in the taxi on the way home from my last flight. I had just spent 60 hours, in economy, over the last 5 weeks. I was tired and the post was a series of rants about British Airways. I decided to start again and instead of ranting, attempt to provide some constructive criticism.
I am not a blogger. I have often considered blogging and attempted it a few times but I have never managed to complete a blog post. Well, I should say I’ve never managed to publish a blog post.
RasPerf is a fork (ish) of Raspbian which I created for the RPi2. After installation it should use around 232MB of disk space, 18MB of RAM and boots in less than 7 seconds.
Please ignore the embarrassing videos – it was a long time ago now!