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The Cloud: Inevitable, But Not Ambiguious

The Cloud: Inevitable, But Not Ambiguious With so much hype surrounding the cloud, most IT professionals understandably are left scratching their heads and wondering: Should I move to the cloud? Where will it be the most helpful? How can it help drive efficiencies? Where does it not make sense? How can I separate the potential

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Are You Overwhelmed By The Number Of Cloud Services To Manage?

Are You Overwhelmed By The Number Of Cloud Services To Manage?

Are You Overwhelmed By The Number Of Cloud Services To Manage? The past 2 years have seen a rapid adoption of cloud services among enterprises. CIOs and CTOs were able to convince the CEOs about the business case for cloud migration. However, the biggest sticking point is in the integration of various cloud services. The

Cloud Management And The New Paradigm Of Computing

Cloud Management And The New Paradigm Of Computing Cloud computing has definitely revolutionised the IT industry and transformed the way in which IT Services are delivered. But finding the best way for an organization to perform common management tasks using remote services on the Internet is not that easy. Cloud management incorporates the task of

“Waiting For Cloud Standards Is Like Waiting For Godot”

“Waiting For Cloud Standards Is Like Waiting For Godot”

“Waiting For Cloud Standards Is Like Waiting For Godot” The title of this post comes from one of the more interesting comments made during the Twitter chat on 12 April focusing on the interactions between the public and private clouds, and how converged clouds may be the solution to several associated problems (the conversations are

ScaleXtreme: Server Automation From The Cloud

ScaleXtreme: Server Automation From The Cloud

ScaleXtreme: Server automation from the Cloud As one of the major Cloud Computing startups to watch for the past few years now, ScaleXtreme offers server automation for both private and public clouds and datacenters. Utilizing their API users can build, deploy, monitor and manage server automation, particular those involving system generation and ongoing server system management.