Issue OverviewPrivate Cloud - November 2011, Vol. 1 No. 4
As cloud continues to evolve, IT managers are looking for better integration of cloud platforms with existing tools, greater control and management, improved self-service and greater portability among cloud environments. This e-zine takes a look at trends in cloud computing, using open source software, moving applications to the cloud. Access >>>
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Trends in cloud computing
by Jo Maitland, Senior Executive Editor
Altaf Rupani, the vice president of global strategic planning and architecture at Dow Jones, is on a mission to get the best out of new cloud computing architectures.
- Trends in cloud computing by Jo Maitland, Senior Executive Editor
No democracy for apps in the cloud?
by Mike Laverick
In the cloud, not all applications are created equal, and moving some applications there could spell disaster. Here are seven steps to create a rock-solid strategy for porting apps to the cloud.
- No democracy for apps in the cloud? by Mike Laverick
Top cloud computing trends in the enterprise
by Bill Claybrook, Contributor
Open source may address some of the vexing problems that have kept IT managers out of the cloud. But these technologies aren’t for the fainthearted.
- Top cloud computing trends in the enterprise by Bill Claybrook, Contributor
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