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System Provisioning in Cloud Computing: From Theory to Tooling (Part I)

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By Steve Jin, VMware engineer   This entry was reposted from DoubleCloud, a blog for architects and developers on virtualization and cloud computing. Cloud computing is an evolutionary technology because it doesn’t change the computing stack at all. It simply distributes the stacks between the service providers and the users. In some sense, it is Read more...
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VMware vCloud Architect Massimo Re Ferre’ talks public cloud

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Following our Orange Business Services announcement, their annual conference Orange Business Live took place in Amsterdam on June 15th to 17th. Weren’t able to make it to the Netherlands? Below is a clip from the event, featuring an Orange representative interviewing VMware vCloud Architect Massimo Re Ferre’. Re Ferre’ explains how VMware technology provides a Read more...
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Cloud and the New IT Pillars

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By Massimo Re Ferre’   Staff Systems Engineer – vCloud Architect   I have used one of my recent posts in some off-line discussions about the use and penetration of virtualization in some accounts. In this post I’d like to expand a bit on that. I will just start with a nice picture that is Read more...
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Are hypervisors cloud commodities?

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By Massimo Re Ferre’ Staff Systems Engineer – vCloud Architect There have been a number of discussions in the industry in the last few years about whether hypervisors are (becoming) a commodity and whether the value is (or will be) largely driven by the management and automation tools on top of them. To be honest, Read more...