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This article is part of the February 2012, Vol. 2 No. 1 issue of DevOps: Bringing order to the chaotic cloud
Only a small slice of cloud computing vendors can deliver a full stack of cloud options that are flexible, scalable and ready for the enterprise. Citrix’s cloud products allow enterprises to build out an infrastructure in the cloud and deliver it to the end user. Using products in the Citrix Systems Inc.’s cloud suite, IT administrators can manage the hypervisor, desktop delivery, identity federation and user profiles. One advantage of building your private cloud using Citrix is that all components can be deployed as virtual instances. This means you can launch all of the components in a ready-to-go virtual environment that uses hardware located in a data center or hosting facility. More on Citrix and the cloud Was Citrix's acquisition of Cloud.com a defensive move? Citrix pitches cloud credentials to IT faithful Citrix shops don't buy cloud simplicity story Step 1. Hypervisor configuration Whether using a private or hosted server, you need to create a virtual environment to build out your cloud. After buying the hardware, you can install Citrix’s XenServer... Access >>>
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Building a Citrix private cloud in six steps
by Bill Kleyman
Are you ready to build a private cloud? Use Citrix’s cloud offerings and follow these six steps to get your cloud up and running.
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How DevOps brings order to a cloud-oriented world
by Roger Jennings, Contributor
Today's evolved IT model magnifies the divide between developers and IT operatives, but DevOps pushes to increase collaboration among these diverging departments.
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Complexity in the cloud
by Lauren Horwitz
Companies that are considering private or hybrid clouds often report the vexing problem of trying to understand complex cloud service-level agreements (SLAs).
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