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|Inside the hybrid cloud, Part 4: Implementation considerations
Learn what it takes to implement, govern, and protect a hybrid cloud.
|Articles||31 May 2012|
|Inside the hybrid cloud, Part 3: Administration
When a hybrid cloud is created, the objective is to craft a solution that appears and functions seamlessly for the user, performs flawlessly, and secures the entire system from malicious and erroneous activities. To make all this happen, some IT fundamentals must be painstakingly planned and managed. Part 3 of this series peeks under the hood to see what it takes to make the hybrid powerhouse a reality.
|Articles||25 May 2012|
|Inside the hybrid cloud, Part 2: Federation is key to XaaS
Services in the cloud are increasing rapidly. As more and more cloud computing projects are implemented, the ever-expanding collection of cloud tools and services required to manage an enterprise seems to be growing exponentially. The implementation of a federated cloud with an appropriate command and control regimen is the key to managing this growth. Part 2 of this series describes the hybrid cloud in more detail as well as the federated cloud, which is the epitome of the hybrid cloud formation.
|Articles||22 May 2012|
|Inside the hybrid cloud, Part 1: Redefine services and delivery methods
Agility, scalability, and profitability are driving enterprises toward cloud computing. This is a response to the ever-changing economic, financial, and technical developments confronting business entities today. These changes demand new ways of thinking, working, and doing business. The development of the hybrid cloud is based in this new reality. Part 1 of this two-part series looks at the hybrid cloud, the services it makes available, and the new business paradigm it has engendered.
|Articles||22 Mar 2012|