Since the end of the last decade we have seen a transformation of the way information technology (IT) is being consumed. It started slowly with startups renting compute power, up to the point today where the large IT vendors are betting their future on the transformation that is driving the industry with the shift to […]
In this post I will be discussing how the use of cloud for disaster recovery can help you remain compliant and how it can generate new business opportunities. I will also talk briefly about what you should consider in terms of disaster recovery when building a new solution on the cloud. Cloud can provide compliance […]
In my two earlier posts I talked about the need for a disaster recovery solution and how the cloud can form the basis for that solution. In this post I will discuss how the use of cloud for disaster recovery can help you remain compliant and how it can generate new business opportunities. I will […]
In my previous post, I talked a bit about disaster recovery and how unexpected events trigger the need for disaster recovery solutions. In this part I will talk about how you can use cloud as the basis for the infrastructure of your disaster recovery solution. I will also discuss what you should look at as prepackaged […]
Dinosaurs are not usually something you equate with cloud computing, but bear with me while using this analogy. Around 20 years ago I had my summer internship in the internal IT department at IBM in Norway, and I can still remember a poster that hung on the one of the office doors. It said “The […]
The discussion continues as we compare and contrast what you get from an outsourcer vs. a cloud service provider.
Cloud has had a profound effect on the outsourcing industry.
Backup has always been a challenge in the enterprise, especially with the recent growth in data volumes.
The big question is: Is it practical to run HPC computing in a cloud environment?