Tag Archives: The Public Cloud

Cloud Startup: Metacloud – Production Ready From Day One!

Cloud Startup: Metacloud – Production Ready From Day One!

Cloud Startup: Metacloud – Production Ready From Day One! On Tuesday, I was able to sit down with Mr. Steve Curry, co-founder and President of Metacloud, to talk in depth about what drives Metacloud forward in this ever changing industry of cloud computing. A little background on the company to start off with; Metacloud was originally

Top 3 Reasons There Is Adoption Of Cloud In Asia Today

Top 3 Reasons There Is Adoption Of Cloud In Asia Today

Top 3 Reasons There Is Adoption Of Cloud In Asia Today The adoption of the cloud in Asia is happening with the flow of economic sense, where IT is adding value to business objectives of the organization. This is more so with the revenue objectives. Surprisingly and amazingly at the same breadth, the adoption or the

Hybrid Cloud: The Influential Factor Of Flexibility

Hybrid Cloud: The Influential Factor Of Flexibility

Hybrid Cloud: The Influential Factor Of Flexibility You might have seen many articles on private cloud or a public cloud, but a cloud strategy is not limited to this only. The answer may be in an intermediate range, the Hybrid Cloud. First of all, let’s see how these services are deployed. Private cloud – internalized

Enterprise 3.0 From Puppet Labs: The Cloud Hits New Heights

Enterprise 3.0 From Puppet Labs: The Cloud Hits New Heights

Enterprise 3.0 From Puppet Labs: The Cloud Hits New Heights Cloud computing continues to reach greater and greater levels of sophistication and ability, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the remarkably agile world of Puppet Labs. This Portland-based company might not be a familiar name to the average consumer, but it is likely

Beyond Test & Development: What The Virtualization Era Can Teach Us

Beyond Test & Development: What The Virtualization Era Can Teach Us

Beyond Test & Development: What The Virtualization Era Can Teach Us About The Next Phase Of Cloud Computing The cloud revolution we are currently witnessing shares a number of parallels with the virtualization movement that empowered the enterprise datacenter over the last decade. At the core of both of these tectonic shifts were clear platform disruptions