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Virtualization As A Key Component Of Cloud Computing

Virtualization As A Key Component Of Cloud Computing

Virtualization as a key component of cloud computing Virtualization is one of the key components of the cloud computing paradigm, especially in infrastructure as a service model where the mentioned technology is essential to provide a large set of computing resources. Some experts even define cloud computing as simple as virtualized hardware and software plus

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How Performance Issues Impact Cloud Adoption

How Performance Issues Impact Cloud Adoption Cloud computing is continually changing the way IT services are provided. The initial promise of cloud computing was the ease of Internet service delivery and of simplified service management. A current challenge a company can face is related to how to incorporate cloud computing into their integrated business and

Cloudy Apps: New Challenges And Complexities

Cloudy Apps: New Challenges And Complexities New technologies often simplify some aspect of life, an aspect which was previously painful. But then, as soon as it is adopted, a technology presents new challenges and new complexities. With cloud computing, you can get a new machine in minutes—less than a minute, in fact, with some of

Emerging Markets Emerge Leaders In Cloud Computing Adoption – I

Emerging Markets Emerge Leaders In Cloud Computing Adoption – I

Emerging Markets Emerge Leaders in Cloud Computing Adoption – I Even ignoring my love for alliterations (“emerging leaders emerge leaders”), there’s no denying that developing nations are taking to cloud computing with greater vigor than developed economies. A recent study by Indian IT consulting giant Tata Consultancy Services, a company that is doing groundbreaking work in this field

Microsoft Ventures Big Into The Indian Cloud Market

Microsoft ventures big into the Indian cloud market On April 12, Microsoft announced its biggest collaboration in the cloud segment by working with India’s AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) to setup up its Live@Edu cloud solution at over 10,000 colleges in India. This could potentially bring 7.5 million new users to its cloud