Thursday , 20 July 2017


Anti-spam Cloud Apps. Among The First To Be Widely Adopted By SMEs

– Ronan Kavanagh, CEO of SpamTitan Technologies (www.spamtitan.com), says: The security landscape has changed completely with virtual appliances becoming an unstoppable force. In the past 3 years, we have seen user demand completely transformed. Where once there was near universal demand for security hardware systems there is now an overriding preference for virtual appliances and cloud based solutions. This dramatic ... Read More »

Tips To Help Businesses Make The Most Of The Cloud

– Stan Klimoff, director of cloud services for Grid Dynamics (http://www.griddynamics.com/) Businesses looking to embrace the cloud sometimes try to find a solution that will allow them to make the transition from in-house services to the cloud as effortlessly as possible. Most of the successful examples that we witnessed in our practice, though, embrace the cloud as a driver of ... Read More »

Viral Technology: Developing Your Cloud Network – Cloud Computing Strengthens Business

James Kim, writer for Choosewhat.com (www.Choosewhat.com), says: Traditional networking methods are often rigid, expensive, and difficult to setup without IT professionals. However, the exponential growth of technology has offered an alternative networking solution for businesses: Cloud Computing. Cloud computing is really an information network that out-sources information management, storage, and file-sharing tasks to a third-party company. This allows many different ... Read More »

Cloud Computing – Supercharging Agile Development

– Sumit Mehrotra, director of product management at Skytap (www.skytap.com), says: Development and test teams are always squeezed for time. With the growing adoption of Agile methodology there is even more pressure on teams to release quality features at a faster pace. In fact, a 2010 survey showed that “Delivering applications faster” was one of the top application development priorities. ... Read More »

Resolution to the Case (For & Against) X-Driven Scalability in Cloud Computing Environments

– Lori MacVittie, Senior Technical Marketing Manager at F5 Networks (http://www.f5.com/), says: Examining responsibility for auto-scalability in cloud computing environments. Today, the argument regarding responsibility for auto-scaling in cloud computing as well as highly virtualized environments remains mostly constrained to e-mail conversations and gatherings at espresso machines. It’s an argument that needs more industry and “technology consumer” awareness, because it’s ... Read More »

Application Morphing: Emerging Cloud-Centric Architecture

– Ramesh Balan, founder and CEO, UltiMeta Software, Inc. (http://www.ultimeta.com/) says: Until now, custom enterprise applications have been accessible only to large, financially strong enterprises. Small and medium-size businesses (SMBs) and organizations have had to settle for packaged software, which, though affordable, requires the business or organization to adapt to the software, rather than vice versa. All attempts to accelerate ... Read More »

The Case (For & Against) Network-Driven Scalability in Cloud Computing Environments

– Lori MacVittie, senior technical marketing manager at F5 Networks (http://www.f5.com/), says: Today, the argument regarding responsibility for auto-scaling in cloud computing as well as highly virtualized environments remains mostly constrained to e-mail conversations and gatherings at espresso machines. It’s an argument that needs more industry and “technology consumer” awareness, because it’s ultimately one of the underpinnings of a dynamic ... Read More »

Cloud is an Exercise in Infrastructure Integration

– Lori MacVittie, senior technical marketing manager at F5 Networks (www.f5.com), says: When you get down to the architectures involving cloud – whether on or off-premise or hybrid – it’s really all about integrating infrastructure. It remains to be seen if network and operations are better off never using the word “integration” given the nearly violent negative reasons one sees ... Read More »

Setting Prices for Private Clouds

– Bryan Semple, CMO at VKernel (http://www.vkernel.com/), says: IntroductionAs more and more private clouds are deployed, organizations will face the requirement to implement chargeback or at least show back. Key to implementing chargeback is setting the chargeback rate. Much as pricing significantly impacts a public cloud provider, for the private cloud provider, the chargeback rate has significant implications. This white ... Read More »

Secure Tunneling For A Mix Of Cloud Platforms

– Matthieu Hugg, CEO of RunMyProcess (www.runmyprocess.com), says: As cloud computing goes mainstream, company executives are finding themselves with hybrid IT infrastructures. There’s a need to connect cloud platforms with internal on-premise systems – without compromising security. RunMyProcess develops and operates a cloud-based platform that lets organizations design, run and manage business processes without hardware, software or coding. Its web-based ... Read More »

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