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Cloud Clustering: Benefits Of Utilizing Multi-Cloud Virtualized Clustering For The Enterprise

Cloud Clustering: Benefits of Utilizing Multi-Cloud Virtualized Clustering for the Enterprise Physical Clusters are practically becoming obsolete in the evolving corporate modern world because of augmented drawbacks. There is a growing need to deplete the dependency factors of organizations because of the fact that ubiquitous access to Cloud resources easily enables the simultaneous use of

6 Common Challenges Of Private Cloud Implementations

6 Common Challenges of Private Cloud Implementations “Accept the challenges so that you may feel the exhilaration of victory.” – General George Patton (1885-1945), legendary American general of WWII. The private cloud has become a popular option for enterprises who desire the numerous advantages of cloud computing but do not want to relinquish the control

Self-Proclaimed Professionals To Help Gear Up Accessible User Policies

Now Europe Looks Up on Self-proclaimed Professionals to Help Gear Up Accessible User Policies The European Commission states that its digital role is that of enhancing accessibility of cloud services in both the independent and government sectors while exercising a fair-user approach. Indeed, the latest computing news from the Eurozone show that contractual terms that

How CloudCheckr Is Leading The Cloud Analytics Charge

How CloudCheckr Is Leading The Cloud Analytics Charge

How CloudCheckr Is Leading the Cloud Analytics Charge  Over the past few years, there has been an explosive growth in cloud computing, mainly due to the cost efficiencies of its pay-as-you-go model as compared to legacy IT. However, many companies that have migrated to the cloud have done so for more than cost savings; for

Cloud Infographic:  Critical Role In The Enterprise

Cloud Infographic: Critical Role In The Enterprise

Cloud Infographic:  Critical Role In The Enterprise Cloud Computing has been around for a awhile now, but until recent years, it has expanded exponentially.  Different studies suggest that more than 4.4 million jobs will be created in the area of big-data by the year 2015, and the adoption rate of cloud computing application and services