cloud-standards

How easy is the plug and play feature of SaaS?

Can a customer easily switch from one SaaS vendor to another if something goes wrong?

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3 questions for Angel Diaz on OpenStack and the open cloud

We caught up with Angel Diaz – the VP who leads IBM’s OpenStack efforts and overall work on open source software & standards -- prior to his speaking opportunity at the OpenStack Design Summit.

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March #cloudchat: OpenStack and beyond, where the open cloud is going

The March #cloudchat will take place Thursday, March 14, from 4 to 5 p.m. ET.

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IBM makes waves with open standards announcement

Recap of the IBM open standards announcement coverage.

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For cloud computing, open means agile

Together with the OpenStack Foundation, Open Services Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) and OASIS, we are helping to lead open cloud standards and open source initiatives.

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Hybridization: A question of portability and interoperability

What you can do now to ensure portability and interoperability in cloud computing.

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OpenStack 2013: The year of the user

The technical evolution of OpenStack can benefit from direct user input to help prioritize the long list of potential features earmarked for future OpenStack releases.

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January #cloudchat recap: Interoperability and open source

This #cloudchat took place on Jan. 10, 2013, and focused on standards, open source initiatives, and particularly OpenStack.

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December #cloudchat recap: 2012 review and 2013 predictions

The December #cloudchat took place on Dec. 13, from 4-5 p.m. ET.

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The cloud shift

For cloud, each individual segment of the cloud market is growing faster than what was predicted one year ago.

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Cloud computing: where is the standard?

There is now a need for a universal standard for cloud computing for service providers to abide by.

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Equilibrium project, LBaaS (Load Balancer as a Service) in OpenStack

I personally believe that the integration of LBaaS in OpenStack is a step towards providing all networking functions to the tenants.

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