A reference model for moving your applications to cloud

Moving your business applications to the cloud may be easier than you think.

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Become an IBM Certified Solution Advisor – Cloud Computing Architecture

Here’s your chance to get certified in the latest cloud certification program from IBM. Test ”000-281: Foundations of IBM Cloud Computing Architecture V2” gives you the certification designation of IBM Certified Solution Advisor - Cloud Computing Architecture V2.

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Jumpstart your cloud: Using open source cloud software to build, deploy & manage in-premises clouds

Ever felt like creating your own little private cloud on your desktop or laptop? Or, just wanted to explore what the cloud software really does? If you think there’s too much cost involved for these initiatives, think again, because open source is there to the rescue!

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Jumpstart your cloud: Using open source software to build, deploy and manage on-premises clouds

Ever felt like creating your own little private cloud on your desktop or laptop? Or, just wanted to explore what the cloud software really does? If you think there’s too much cost involved for these initiatives, think again, because open source is there to the rescue!

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Become an IBM Certified Solution Advisor – Cloud computing architecture

Here’s your chance to get certified in the latest cloud certification program from IBM.

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University Relations program – IBM Cloud Computing Workshop at Kshitij 2012

IBM India recently organized a cloud computing workshop at one of India’s premier technical institutes, Indian Institute of Technology(IIT), Kharagpur, at the annual technology festival, Kshitij 2012.

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Wow…my cloud went up in smoke! Now what?

Okay, so here’s something different to reflect upon. By now we all know the benefits that cloud computing brings and how it promises to be a game-changer in the days ahead. However despite all the buzz surrounding cloud computing, a nagging concern remains – who will ultimately be held responsible if the cloud flounders for whatever reasons? The accountability word hangs like the proverbial Damocles sword on any potential cloud customer.

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Building your cloud using IBM hardware and software (Part 3 of 3) – Test and Use

Part 3 of the three-part blog series defines IBM Tivoli Service Automation Manager and Tivoli Directory Server user roles, provides an example of the cloud provisioning process and a list of sample exercises the user can do to test the implementation, and shows you some general hints and tips we learned in implementing the project.

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Building your cloud using IBM hardware and software (Part 2 of 3) – Implement

Part 2 of the three-part blog series provides information about installing and configuring the cloud software components, postinstallation activities, and special features of the installed software.

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Building your cloud using IBM hardware and software (Part 1 of 3) – Design

In this three-part blog series, the author outlines the process, from conception to deployment, that his team used to build a private, on-premise cloud environment by using an IBM hardware and software stack.

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