Issue OverviewPrivate Cloud - June 2012, Vol. 2 No. 3
This expert e-zine covers select topics that can help guide your organization through the process of preparing your data center for the cloud. Learn about the most common cloud computing challenges and how you can overcome them. Get expert advice on building a private cloud, how to manage private cloud security, and get best practices on getting your data center cloud-ready. Finally, learn about leveraging the cloud for identity management. Access >>>
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Considerations for building an efficient private cloud
by Tom Nolle
The key to an agile private cloud is to choose an IaaS vendor that's compatible with existing infrastructures and future cloud software use.
- Considerations for building an efficient private cloud by Tom Nolle
Identity as a Service tools offer IT pros control over BYOD, cloud
by James Furbush
With the transition to the cloud certain, IT needs a new way to provide identity access and application delivery. Luckily, there’s a growing niche for Identity as a Service tools.
- Identity as a Service tools offer IT pros control over BYOD, cloud by James Furbush
A reality check on cloud challenges
by Lauren Horwitz
Much has been made of how cloud computing can reduce data center costs and bring greater automation to corporate IT. But vendors—and sometimes even users—focus less on the steps required to achieve this vaunted state.
- A reality check on cloud challenges by Lauren Horwitz
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