Posts Tagged ‘ Cloud RFP ’

Migrating Business Critical Applications to the Cloud

January 28, 2013
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CloudComputing

We at The Virtualization Practice, LLC have migratedg our business critical applications to the cloud. How simple was that task? It was not as easy as we have heard from others, and not as difficult as some have had, but it was not as simple as move my VM and run. Why is this? What…

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Cloud Products and Services

January 22, 2013
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CloudComputing

Cloud products and services are only in its infancy but new and exciting technology is being released at an incredible rate. One example of something new is Kim Dotcom's newly launched Mega cloud storage service with its free 50GBs of storage. What really got my attention with this announcement was that the data would be…

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Evaluating Clouds

January 21, 2013
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CloudComputing

When evaluating clouds there are three major criteria that are used first before we get into the nitty gritty of how the system works. The criteria is not always in writing but it is in the back of everyone's mind and in many cases are nebulous to define. Herein, I will try to look at…

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Change: Moving to the Cloud

December 26, 2012
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CloudComputing

The Virtualization Practice will be moving from our internal virtual environment and cloud configuration to an external hosted cloud configuration, at least temporarily. However, what we have found is that not all clouds are alike (we all knew that), and that some of our processes were not cloud friendly but what does it mean for…

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Moving to the Cloud: When Does It Make Sense?

December 20, 2012
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CloudComputing

On 12/18, I had an interesting twitter conversation with Mark Thiele (@mthiele10) about moving to the cloud based on cost. There is a cost perspective to consider as cloud services can be very expensive. When does it make sense to go to the cloud, I think there are two scenarios to consider when talking about…

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Offering Cloud Services: Why is it so Limited?

May 8, 2012
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CloudComputing

There are many SaaS and Security SaaS cloud services out there, but they all lack one thing: full visibility. Why do these cloud offerings limit the ability to perform compliance auditing, forensics, and basic auditing against an organizations data retention, protection, and other necessary policies? Why not just grant the "right to audit", or better…

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Migrating to the Cloud: OpenStack or vCloud?

April 24, 2012
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CloudComputing

We, here at The Virtualization Practice, are getting ready to have a cloud presence. Since we 'eat our own dogfood' with a 100% Virtual Environment, we are gearing up to move some of those workloads into a hybrid cloud. We already use some cloud resources, but now is the time to look at other workloads.…

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Life without the Cloud or Reasons to use a Hybrid Cloud

November 4, 2011
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The Virtualization Practice was recently offline for two days, we thank you for coming back to us after this failure. The reason, a simple fibre cut that would have taken the proper people no more than 15 minutes to fix, but we were way down on the list due to the nature of the storm…

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