Posts Tagged ‘ Cloud ’

Cloud Foundry: Life Is Too Short

November 26, 2013
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agilecloud

Pivotal’s public cloud version of Cloud Foundry really struggles with the loose integration of third-party services. To appeal to ISVs and others with real-world complexity in their applications, Pivotal needs to identify a coherent product and concentrate on delivering something that works. I tried assiduously to use it and ultimately failed. In case you think…

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Is Cloud Adoption Living Up to the Hype?

November 20, 2013
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CloudComputing

Is cloud adoption living up to the hype? A great deal has been written about the extent to which different vendors have been hyping their services and solutions. However, has the true adoption rate from businesses and corporations really lived up to this hype?

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Marketing Overload Has Taken Over

November 13, 2013
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CloudComputing

There has been tremendous growth in the cloud computing space, but that growth seems be in the shadows of a much larger marketing machine that is currently pushing the message of the cloud to the masses. Have we gotten to the point where marketing overload has taken over? Does this end up confusing the average…

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Moka5: Managed Local Desktops in the Cloud

October 7, 2013
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Moka5: Managed Local Desktops in the Cloud

Moka5 is tackling the problem of desktop management with their LivePC bare metal and software operating system virtualization solutions. If you consider that one of the major challenges in desktop management is the constant need to keep the base systems updated with system and security patches, and application updates that come just as often.

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See You at the Show

August 23, 2013
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See you at the show! The time is almost here where several thousand people from around the world will make the pilgrimage this year to San Francisco for VMworld 2013. This will be my last post before the start of the show and people are packing and preparing to leave I wanted to share with…

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TCO of the Cloud

August 15, 2013
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CloudComputing

What is the total cost of ownership, TCO, of the cloud? When we think of the cloud, we think of using applications in the cloud such as Salesforce, Box.net, and others. We may even consider using security as a service tool such as Zscaler and others. In some cases we also think of placing our…

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Small Business Virtualization: Growth Through the Ages

August 6, 2013
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SMBVirtualization

As a small business we run a 100% virtualized environment and looking to migrate to a cloud, but the investment in IT to do this has been pretty substantial and for a cash strapped small business can be a many year process due to budget constraints and immediacy of other business needs. That is the…

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Vegas as a Service

June 17, 2013
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CloudComputing

Recently when I was in Las Vegas for HP Discover I realized that the Venetian/Palazo complex is really a cloud: Vegas as a Service. IT could learn alot from Las Vegas actually and I think that each hotel complex is a private cloud and that taken together the strip is one big cloud. Granted it…

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Software Defined Data Center Cloud Management

May 31, 2013
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The Cloud Management layer of the Software Defined Data Center is where the flexibility of the SDDC is translated into tangible benefits for the business constituents of the virtualized data center, the private clouds, the hybrid clouds and the public clouds. Without a robust Cloud Management layer, the IT Operations flexibility of the SDDC cannot…

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