Capacity the Key Ingredient for an Agile Cloud
Capacity the Key Ingredient for an Agile Cloud Published in 2013 Demand for IT resources is always linear. We are more familiar with where organization’s IT resources grow; not the other way around. However, IT must ensure that there is sufficient capacity to serve. When IT departments focus on IT as a Service, it needs to satisfy one important goal—to ‘serve’ precisely when needed. Worldwide companies have been adapting to the cloud computing era.
Optimising IT Services Using Cloud, Data Centre and Adherence to Compliance Standards
Optimizing IT Services Using Cloud Data Centre and Adherence to Compliance Standards Published in 2011 Today, data drive the world. The success of business depends on keeping data secure and accessible so it can be put to work as business information. In the last few years, the IT industry has seen many changes with a number of new, emerging technologies. The most recent— cloud computing—is now a reality and evolutions in various hardware, software platforms, and the data center have been seen in the IT industry.
Moving to Cloud
A white paper produced by the Cloud Computing Use Cases Discussion Group Published in 2013 Cloud computing will change the world of IT as dramatically as anything since the rise of the Web. Before deciding whether to move to the cloud, it is vital to understand the potential and the risks of cloud computing and the organization’s requirements for using the cloud. This paper presents a three-step process for evaluating cloud computing: Classify Your Information Assets: Understand the function and value of the organization’s applications and data and the risks to the organization if they are lost or compromised.
Unified Storage Computing: The future of Data Centres
Unified Storage Computing: The future of Data Centres Published in 2010 Data centers are the core of IT and are a crucial aspect of most organizational operations. The main concerns are cost and management; companies rely on their information systems to run their operations. Almost all of the IT costs in an Enterprise are allocated to data center development and maintenance. Company operations may be impaired or stopped completely if a system becomes unavailable.