Tag Archives: Hybrid Clouds

CloudPassage's Public Cloud Security Plug-in

CloudPassage’s Public Cloud Security Plug-in Even the most staunchest of public cloud proponents will tell you that security remains a major concern, especially since you have no say in how the public cloud provider you’ve latched onto is managing its security. Sure, you can make suggestions, but the likelihood of these suggestions being considered much

How to Build a Private Cloud

How to Build a Private Cloud Despite it being so easy to just hook into the public cloud by going to Google, Amazon, Microsoft and other public cloud vendors, a private cloud offers a bit more control to your virtualization and automation efforts. Many people have already tried it and posted up how they did

HP Powers Move to Cloud for Enterprises and Service Providers

HP advances clients’ cloud deployment, sourcing, security and learning VIENNA, Nov. 30, 2011 – HP today announced new Cloud Solutions that advance deployment of private, public and hybrid clouds, enabling enterprises, service providers and governments to capitalize on emerging market opportunities. With thousands of successful cloud deployments, HP has helped clients get the best of a hybrid delivery approach without

Riverbed Steelhead Appliance Named a Best Product of 2011 by Government Computer News

Riverbed Steelhead Appliance Named a Best Product of 2011 by Government Computer News Recognized as Innovative Solution for Reducing Latency in the Cloud; Provides Value in Current Economic Environment SAN FRANCISCO—November 22, 2011—Riverbed Technology (NASDAQ: RVBD), the IT performance company, today announced that the Riverbed® Steelhead® appliance was named a Best Product of 2011 by Government Computer

What’s Trending in Cloud Computing?

What’s Trending in Cloud Computing? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, “trend” may be defined as “to show a tendency towards.” When teenagers try to be trendy by incorporating the latest fashions in their sartorial decisions, they provide clothes labels information on what’s popular and what’s not. Thus, there is a continuous feedback loop where labels