Interacting with cloud services: A management perspective

Discover how to limit and manage cloud computing services both inside the enterprise and in a public cloud environment in this cloud computing roundtable.

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This is part two of a four-part cloud computing roundtable featuring Technology Writer Carl Brooks and representatives from Novell, Forrester Research, ACS and Paragon Development Systems.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Understanding cloud services: Public vs. private
Interacting with cloud services: A management perspective
Is private cloud more than just virtualization?
Where is cloud computing in the marketplace?


While cloud computing resources can be standardized within an enterprise, the level of control a business can hold over cloud varies. Private cloud is indeed a business resource, but cloud services, in general, come in different shapes and sizes. So how should cloud be managed?

In part two of our cloud computing roundtable, find out how IT managers should interact with both private and public cloud services.

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This was first published in October 2010

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