Posts Tagged ‘ Amazon ’

Amazon Zocalo: What to Do When You Have More Disk Than God

July 15, 2014
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CloudComputing

Cloud behemoth Amazon has found a new outlet for its NSA-scale™ disk farms in its new enterprise file sync and store service, Zocalo. After years of offering dumb cloud object storage with its Amazon S3 simple storage service, Amazon is climbing up the storage value stack with an enterprise cloud file store that will put…

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Lessons We Can Learn from the Code Spaces Attack

June 20, 2014
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CloudComputing

It was all over the web on June 18: Code Spaces went off the air, as we discussed during the Virtualization Security Podcast on 6/19. The reasons are fairly normal in the world of IT and the cloud. They were hacked. Not by subverting the Amazon cloud, but in ways considered more traditional—even mundane. An…

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Cloud + DaaS Licensing May Be Better in 2014?

April 8, 2014
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DesktopVirtualization

The DaaS (Desktop as a Service) market is maturing, and more great products are being released every day to facilitate DaaS functionality. But just like the foundation of a house affects what you can build on it, Microsoft’s unwillingness to offer VDI licensing for the desktop operating system still presents a major challenge to the…

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Who Runs What Hypervisor?

February 12, 2014
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CloudComputing

Have you taken any time to so who run what hypervisor? Is it just me or does there seem to be a lot of articles and post about Open Stack recently that it would almost seem like everything is running on Open Stack? Seems to be that there seems to be a push to help…

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PaaSLane: Ensure Your Software Will Run on AWS

November 12, 2013
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CloudComputing

Cloud Technology Partners has just released its new PaaSLane for AWS, a software solution that analyses codebases and pinpoints issues that would likely cause problems if the code were to be deployed to Amazon Web Services or other elastic environments.

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How Good an Idea to Virtualize XenApp?

January 17, 2013
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DesktopVirtualization

How good an idea to Virtualize XenApp? There were a number of benefits identified way back then: hardware abstraction allowing easier image management and OS upgrades; options for higher availability and faster recovery; even fail-over. Virtualization enabled silo consolidation and importantly enabled better management of user capacity on servers. However, there is a price. Reduced…

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Public Cloud Computing – Economics and Throats to Choke

September 25, 2012
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CloudComputing

When it comes to public cloud computing services that old adage of "fast, cheap, or good - pick any two" certainly hold true. Amazon can offer you cheap, and since they own their stack, a rapid cycle time DevOps approach to support. But you are not going to get enterprise grade service level guarantees for…

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Return on Agility and the Cloud

September 11, 2012
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Stopwatch Image of Agility

Progressive IT leaders should consider including Return on Agility in their case for adopting Agile methods, DevOps and cloud technologies.

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OpenShift — Pricing and Comparison to AWS

June 29, 2012
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CloudComputing

On June 26th,Red Hat announced a new version of OpenShift, and pricing for a future production offering (some time this year). You still can't buy it but if you were able to buy it you'd know exactly how much it could cost - at least if you could work out what a "gear" is. Pricing…

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