Where Has My Subscription Cloud Gone?

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By David Hill This is a re-post from David Hill’s Personal Blog site. I received an email today asking “Hey Dave, where has my subscription cloud gone?” I responded with let me Google that for you… Actually I didn’t because I knew why they were asking. Last week, VMware announced a new service offering, VMware Read more...

The Best Cloud for Test and Dev is… a Dedicated Cloud?

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By Angelos Kottas VMware vCloud Hybrid Service offers two distinct compute services: the Dedicated Cloud service provides users with exclusive physical compute nodes and a dedicated management stack, while the Virtual Private Cloud is a logically isolated, multi-tenant environment. As vCloud Hybrid Service grows in scale, we can pass on cost efficiencies to customers. Therefore, Read more...

Considering Hybrid Cloud? Three Reasons Why You Should

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Hybrid cloud is becoming an increasingly popular buzzword, but still, some may wonder, “Why should I make the transition to hybrid cloud?” The true hybrid cloud gives customers choice – the choice to deploy workloads in the best location, based on that particular workload’s security needs, performance needs and scalability needs. If you’re still on Read more...

2013: What Happens In The Cloud

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By: Mathew Lodge, Vice President of Cloud Services This article originally ran on Fortune on January 11, 2013.  Last year was a big year for cloud, with rapid growth in consumption, and 2013 looks like it will be even bigger. Last year, I was rash enough to make five predictionsfor the rapidly-changing cloud computing space. It’s time Read more...

Another VMware Cloud – Experian Runs Its Private Cloud on VMware

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According to David Janusz, IT Architect at Experian, “Implementing infrastructure-as-a-service through VMware vCloud is the next phase in the evolution of virtualization technology. This technology puts even more of the power of virtualization into the hands of VMware customers, and it does so with intelligence and ease.” Whereas the provisioning of development resources could take Read more...