Red Hat Evolves Cloud Offering with Amazon Web Services Businesses can now quickly and easily purchase supported Red Hat Enterprise Linux via AWS’ on demand, pay as you go Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), thanks to an expansion of partnership between Red Hat and Amazon Web Services. This expansion of relationship will also allow customers to bring their own licenses to AWS. All customers in every AWS Region will be able to use this new offering in the coming weeks, note the companies. If you are an existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux customer you can easily instantiate Red Hat
Was The HP Leak A Publicity Stunt? “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” – Andy Warhol (1928-1987), legendary American painter, printmaker, and filmmaker. In 1968, Andy Warhol famously declared the universality, and temporary nature of fame that would, in his opinion, soon engulf the world. Now, it seems HP vice president and chief technologist of cloud services Scott McClellan seems to have achieved exactly that through his LinkedIn profile that “leaked” confidential details about the company’s cloud strategy. To jog your memory, around two months back HP declared its intention to get on the cloud computing
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Cloud Computing and Streamline Data Protection One of the greatest challenges today is effectively backing up and protecting the vast amounts of data stored throughout an organization. With WAN optimization, you can accelerate network-based backup by 5x and can reduce bandwidth use by up to 95%. Download this paper and learn more about this strategy today. Wide area network (WAN)-based approaches to data backup are dramatically influenced by WAN bandwidth limitations and network latency. Without significant, costly WAN bandwidth upgrades this can make WAN-based backup impossible for large remote offices with significant data stores. Riverbed makes network-based backup feasible, in
Second Annual Cloud Computing Security Alliance Congress – November 16-17, 2011 In 2010, cloud computing began the shift from a ‘nice to have’ to a ‘need to understand’ technology, as the promises of cost efficiencies and agility have begun to bear fruit. The Second Annual Cloud Security Alliance Congress, the industry’s only conference devoted to the topic of cloud security, will provide practical solutions for managing the transition to the cloud, and implementing security as a key component rather than an afterthought of this transition. It will provide insight on the models and architectures, the controls and real ‘nuts and
Should Your Email Live In The Cloud? A Comparative Cost Analysis When Google launched Google Apps Premier Edition for $50 per user per year, it raised the question, “How much should we be paying for email?” But it’s not just this eye-popping price that should trigger the question about where you should run your email. Instead, every time you have to upgrade, switch, or add users to your email system, you should examine your fully loaded costs and consider the delivery alternatives. This report presents a spreadsheet cost model to help you calculate your fully loaded on premise email costs