Implementing a Private Cloud Solution

Last week I attended Learning Tree’s “Implementing a Private Cloud Solution” course at our Reston Education Center. It is a great course for anyone seeking in-depth technical details on how to build their own on-premises private cloud. The course also covers using a hosted private cloud solution and building secure connections to your own data […]
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Microsoft and Private Clouds

Private clouds have been the subject of many of my recent posts for many reasons. There is a large interest in this area of cloud computing and there is always much to report on, whether new products from dedicated private cloud organisations such as Eucalyptus, or the computing giants such as Oracle. Today, my focus […]
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Selecting a Private Cloud Vendor

When considering adopting Cloud Computing, I hear many organisations express a strong preference for private clouds. Sometimes this is a rational view based on strict business rules for example to meet regulatory and audit requirements. Often, the preference is an emotional judgement based on the fact that a public cloud appears to be ‘less secure’. […]
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Demystifying Private Cloud Computing

Last week I was on a consulting assignment for a client that is interested in cloud computing but concerned about the security of the cloud. A private cloud is something that could clearly benefit this organisation but then the question arose about how they would provision and deploy a solution and what would the skill […]
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