Issue OverviewPrivate Cloud - May 2011, Vol. 1 No. 2
As public clouds have gained popularity among the IT industry, private cloud has begun to catch the eyes of IT pros, particularly those who want greater self-service and automation but worry about data security. However, many still remain apprehensive about what this platform has to offer. Gain insight on private cloud challenges and overcoming them. Access >>>
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Adjusting IT attitudes toward private cloud
by Bob Plankers, Contributor
A move to private cloud forces admins to rethink how they handle legacy apps, understand licensing nuances and step outside their silos.
- Adjusting IT attitudes toward private cloud by Bob Plankers, Contributor
Moving to a private cloud: Unveiling the myths
by Mike Laverick, Contributor
Some think moving from a virtualized data center to a private cloud requires just a little management software here and some automation there. It’s not quite that easy.
- Moving to a private cloud: Unveiling the myths by Mike Laverick, Contributor
Applications interfere with cloud computing adoption
by Carl Brooks, Senior Technology Writer
Legacy applications have surfaced as the true challenge in moving to private cloud.
- Applications interfere with cloud computing adoption by Carl Brooks, Senior Technology Writer
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