Microsoft Improves Performance Through Private Cloud Computing

Microsoft Improves Performance Through Private Cloud Computing

Microsoft is now focusing on private cloud computing mainly to improve the performance of many applications. Through private cloud computing the performance levels of the application services such as Windows Azure, Office 365, Xbox Live and Bing services can be optimized. This benefit of private cloud can be applied to every IT environment. The benefits in designing the private cloud are being discussed at Microsoft Management Summit that is going on now in Las Vegas. This sold-out IT conference is being attended by about 4,000 members.

The new prototype of private cloud computing from Microsoft not only supports the business applications but also helps in processes such as troubleshooting, speedy deployment and overall visibility. Thus, the IT leaders can deliver what they are ought to do for their customers and employees.

Commenting on the benefits of Microsoft Private Cloud Computing Brad Anderson, corporate Vice President, Management and Security Division, Microsoft said, “The theme of MMS is “You. Empowered,” which is particularly relevant to cloud computing – especially private cloud computing. In this new computing paradigm, we see the ability for IT organizations to empower their companies to more effectively deliver the business applications they need to compete and succeed”.

Our management offerings are designed to help IT organizations build private cloud solutions that deliver application services, not just virtual machines. With our approach, the applications drive the IT infrastructure, not the other way around. The management technologies at the center give both IT managers and application managers throughout the company a unified view into applications in private, public and hybrid cloud scenarios” continued Brad Anderson.

Microsoft private cloud customers can continue with their existing infrastructure to build and deliver private cloud computing as a managed service with the addition of other vendor’s tools, platforms and virtualization technologies.

Microsoft’s management technologies at the center give both IT managers and application managers throughout the company an integrated view into applications in private, public and hybrid cloud scenarios.

By Anuradha Shukla

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