A brief history of cloud computing

One of the first questions asked with the introduction of a new technology is: “When was it invented?” Other questions like “When was it first mentioned?” and “What are the prospects for its future?” are also common. When we think of cloud computing, we think of situations, products and ideas that started in the 21st […]

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How to become an IBM Certified Solution Advisor – Cloud Computing Architecture V3

I am an IBM Certified Solution Advisor – Cloud Computing Architecture V3. The certification recently changed and the tests are now made by Pearson Vue. This blog post will talk about some resources you should know in relation to the test and include some advice about preparing yourself. The IBM Professional Certification Program website states […]

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Three interesting features in IBM Cloud Managed Services V1.4

Here are three interesting features that come with IBM Cloud Managed Services Version 1.4. I will try to summarize and explain why these are not only important to me, but also to the readers of this blog post. 1. Automated patching Automated patching is changing in V1.4. After the roll out, virtual machines (VMs) will […]

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Hey, you — get on to my cloud

While legendary rock band the Rolling Stones sings the song “Get Off of My Cloud,” IBM welcomes you to get on to its cloud—and for good reason. We offer advantages that could even make Mick and Keith want to sign up for an as-a-service solution. IBM has embraced the advantages of software as a service […]

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Five key checkpoints for provisioning a cloud server

When people start to use cloud, there is a real surprise when they hear a cloud server can be provisioned in two hours using IBM tools. Here we will do it using IBM Tivoli Service Automation Manager (TSAM). I am providing five checkpoints that should be part of any server project. 1. End date In […]

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A brief history of cloud computing

One of the first questions asked with the introduction of a new technology is: “When was it invented?” Other questions like “When was it first mentioned?” and “What are the prospects for its future?” are also common. When we think of cloud computing, we think of situations, products and ideas that started in the 21st […]

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Five reasons to migrate your physical environment to cloud computing

Moving to a cloud environment can have numerous benefits, including standardization, self service, virtualization and automation.

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