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Three challenges for licensing software in cloud computing

In this post I want to share some software licensing challenges I have already faced in cloud computing.

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Application modernization to IBM PureApplication System

A team of IBMers reviewed IBM PureApplication System internally and detail the benefits for those looking for a comprehensive solution.

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Netfinity to IBM PureSystems family: We’ve come a long way

Today we have a family of Expert Integrated Systems (EIS) called the IBM PureSystems offerings, which are different because of three unique attributes.

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Service management in a cloud computing era

Usually the business and operational teams do not have a clear and accurate view of their IT assets. This is where service management comes in.

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Roles and responsibilities in SmartCloud Enterprise+

Marcio describes the roles and responsibilities in IBM's managed cloud services, IBM SmartCloud Enterprise+.

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I have a virtualized infrastructure. Do I have cloud?

It seems that the cloud concept sometimes is still being misunderstood because those products are responsible for virtualization, not provisioning.

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Livestream and interactive Q&A at May 14 IBM Cloud Forum

Next Tuesday, May 14, from 10-10:30 a.m. ET, the IBM Cloud team will Livestream a roundtable and Q&A from the IBM Cloud Forum event in Boston.

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Cloud 101: Flavors of hypervisors

Hypervisors can be categorized into two main types.

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Balancing the trade-offs of cloud management

How can cloud administrators manage the trade-off between overcommitting shared infrastructure and keeping users satisfied? This is a major issue for all cloud owners.

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What is cloud computing and why should you care? Part 1

We have published several posts on cloud computing basics and its potential to improve human lives on ThoughtsOnCloud.

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The “Internet of Things” and cloud computing

A dynamic and elastic IT infrastructure like cloud computing will be the only option to support the Internet of Things.

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Create your own pattern toolbox!

Using patterns to deploy an application topology has many advantages, such as reducing the deployment delay, eliminating configuration errors and using best practices.

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