Tag Archives: Virtual appliance

15 Excellent Cloud Performance and Vulnerability Monitoring Companies

15 Excellent Cloud Performance and Vulnerability Monitoring Companies Here is our updated list of 15 cloud based companies that provide excellent cloud monitoring services. Firehost Scan and monitor over 5,000 vulnerabilities, including the –  SANS Top 20.  Cloud Server & vulnerability monitoring helps ensure your website is protected from identify theft, credit card fraud, spyware, spam, viruses

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SAP Drives Openness and Choice for Virtualization and Cloud Computing

Preferred Three-Way Strategic Collaboration With EMC and VMware to Deliver  Next-Generation Infrastructure With SAP® Services Offerings to Provide Upgrade Support for Customers MADRID, Spain – November 09, 2011 – As cloud computing and virtualization rapidly evolve, SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) is working in a preferred three-way strategic collaboration with partners EMC (NYSE: EMC) and VMware

NEC Helps Customers Build Enterprise Hybrid Clouds

NEC Helps Customers Build Enterprise Hybrid Clouds NEC is enabling organizations to directly implement communication-as-a service delivery models as part of their private or hybrid clouds.  The company has announced the immediate availability of UNIVERGE Sphericall as a VMware software-based virtual appliance to this end. Because UNIVERGE Sphericall is adapted to a VMware software-based virtual

Cloud Security – Is The Cloud Insecure?

Cloud security is on the top of every CIO’s mind. Apparently some people even consider that cloud risks outweigh cloud benefits.  Unfortunately, an overzealous approach to cloud security can lead to arguments that detract from the real issues, with little to no analysis of the specific problems at hand. Below is a list of cloud security

A Guide to Cloud Computing on Linux

Here is an older but still interesting article written by Joe Brockmeierover at Linux This may not be the year of the Linux desktop, but it’s definitely the year of Linux powering cloud computing. Even though cloud computing is gaining popularity; it’s still not well-understood. Want a bit more on the basics of cloud computing?