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Category: Deployment Models


Deployment Models, Global Cloud, Hybrid Cloud

Head in the Clouds: Scaling Business Workloads Without Scaling Risk

January 23, 2020

Via: Security Intelligence

At first, there was “moving to the cloud,” then there were private and public clouds, which progressed into hybrid clouds. The domains of cloud computing have been evolving rapidly, galloping forward to meet the business needs of an industry that […]


Deployment Models, Hybrid Cloud

QAD turns cost centers into profit centers with IBM Cloud

January 21, 2020

Via: Thoughts on Cloud

Cloud has been an important part of our strategy at QAD for well over a decade. In fact, among the established global manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) and supply chain software providers, QAD was one of the first to offer […]


Deployment Models, Public Cloud

Cloud spending set to outpace traditional computing

January 21, 2020

Via: InfoWorld

According to IDC, in 2019 the public cloud saw little change in market share, making up just more than 30 percent of the overall cloud IT infrastructure market. Of course, this is likely to grow significantly, expected to reach almost […]


Deployment Models, Public Cloud

Understand ‘as is’ before you migrate to the cloud

January 17, 2020

Via: InfoWorld Cloud Computing

You’ve migrated 200 workloads to the cloud, along with connected data. Unfortunately, only three months after the migrated applications go live you discover that you’re out of compliance with laws and regulations of your industry. To make matters worse, the […]


Deployment Models, Hybrid Cloud

3 Multicloud Security Considerations for the Modern Enterprise

January 9, 2020

Via: Security Intelligence

More than 85 percent of companies already operate in multicloud environments and by 2021, 98 percent plan to use multiple hybrid clouds, according to the IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV). After cloud adoption, the application modernization trend follows, with […]


Deployment Models, Public Cloud

Your excess server resources are wanted in the cloud

January 3, 2020

Via: InfoWorld Cloud Computing

Although not a new concept, we are now looking at the opportunity for those who have private servers with excess capacity to rent that capacity to a cloud service provider that can dole out those compute and storage systems on […]


Deployment Models, Public Cloud

Azure founders reflect on Microsoft’s first decade as a public cloud vendor

December 30, 2019

Via: ZDnet

Microsoft’s Azure operating system, codenamed “Red Dog,” was designed by a team of Microsoft OS experts including Dave Cutler, the father of VMS and Windows NT starting in latter half of the 2000s. Azure launched in February 2010 and has […]


Deployment Models, Hybrid Cloud

Demystifying Security in an Open, Hybrid Multicloud Environment

December 26, 2019

Via: Security Intelligence

We are currently witnessing a massive transition across organizations as more companies move application workloads to hybrid multicloud environments. This process of cloud migration and realignment will further accelerate digital transformation, and there are significant benefits for organizations, including cost […]


Deployment Models, Private Cloud

What is private cloud?

December 18, 2019

Via: TechRadar

Cloud computing gets divided into three types: public, private, and hybrid; the last being a mix between the first two types. While a public cloud connects to multiple users through the internet, a private cloud is restricted to only select […]


Deployment Models, Public Cloud

How to Make Your Organization Successful in Public Cloud Tagging

December 17, 2019

Via: Gartner Blog Network

If you use public cloud services at some scale, then you know you must tag your resources. You know you must use tagging so that your cost reports get nicely broken down; so that you can create resource groups to […]