It seems that the cloud concept sometimes is still being misunderstood because those products are responsible for virtualization, not provisioning.
IBM Virtual Server Protection (VSP) focuses on those new threats in the virtual world and leverages those new technologies to protect it.
Piotr discusses the major IT trends prevalent now in the Central and Eastern Europe market.
IBM SmartCloud Entry allows you to deploy two working environments (IBM i 7.1 and AIX 7) in just a few minutes.
A security solution in the cloud should at least contain three key features to make itself attractive to customers.
Cloud terminology is already complex enough with its IaaS, SaaS, PaaS, BPaaS; so now we have one more term contributing to the overall confusion with cloud-related services. It is desktop as a service (DaaS). You might say “Well, it is just another buzz word to help marketing guys in selling virtualization” and probably you are right.
I would like to share my thoughts about the cloud ecosystem in general, and provide an internal view of a “cloud data center.” As an introduction, I’d like to write a few lines about the motivation of providing and consuming cloud services.
As mentioned by Marcela Adan in her blog post “Integrated service management for cloud: The heart of the IBM Cloud Service Provider Platform,” Tivoli Service Automation Manager (as part of IBM Service Delivery Manager) is the heart of the “manage” pillar of IBM Cloud Service Provider Platform. According to my personal experience, it is also the core of several IBM private and public cloud implementations all over the world.