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Victim Of Cloud-Washing? Use VPCs To Compete With The Big Firms

Victim Of Cloud-Washing? Use VPCs To Compete With The Big Firms

Victim of Cloud-Washing? Use VPCs to Compete with the Big Firms As Amazon continues to innovate and deliver new services at an incredible pace it can be a challenge for others in the Cloud Service Provider (CSP) market to keep up. Predicted high growth on public cloud services is causing some existing data center providers to engage

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Benefits Of NGN Based Clouds

Benefits Of NGN Based Clouds Cloud’s integration with NGN (Next Generation Network) is perhaps one of the most actively pursued areas within Cloud R&D given the promise of efficiency. NGN will inject interoperability in already established network infrastructures where every communication will be done in one format using a common protocol. Packet based communication is

Problems Of Virtualized Environments In Cloud Computing

Problems Of Virtualized Environments In Cloud Computing

Problems Of Virtualized Environments In Cloud Computing Virtualization is probably the most beneficial and transcendent factor of the Cloud where enterprise level resource allocation and consumption can be performed within reduced time and cost. However, virtualization has some operational risks which may lead to detrimental consequences for the huge data centers and information infrastructures if

Cloud Infographic: Raise Your Cloud IQ

Cloud Infographic: Raise Your Cloud IQ

Cloud Infographic: Raise Your Cloud IQ What Is? Data Center A purpose-built facility for housing ICT resources, e.g. computing servers and telecommunications equipment. Very large enterprises (e.g. Facebook, Google) operate their own facilities. Others are “carrier neutral” and make up the points of presence for telecoms firms to build their networks and that make up

Google Cloud Platform – Cloud Services To Go One Up Against AWS

Google Cloud Platform – Cloud Services To Go One Up Against AWS

Google unveiled its Google Cloud Platform and Google Compute Engine at I/O Conference in San Francisco to take on Microsoft’s Azure and Amazon’s AWS in the cloud platform. Google said that it has been working on global-scale services for more than fourteen years and launching cloud services is just another step in that direction. Google