Private Cloud

Private Cloud news, analysis, research, how-to, opinion, and video.

170301 mwc 03355
arista

08 legion y920 17inch

DataStax wants to manage Apache Cassandra anywhere

The future is hybrid cloud, and DataStax wants to be a single pane of glass across all Apache Cassandra databases.

clouds cloud computing

Cloud computing is winning EVERYTHING

It’s not enough that cloud technology is taking the tech world by storm, Cloud Computing also won the Preakness!

data center

Veeam aims for continuous availability with Availability Suite v10

Veeam Software, known for easy-to-use, powerful data availability software for Windows and Linux, reaches for continuous availability, which goes beyond mere backup.

data cloud

How to avoid downtime and disruption when moving data

Increasingly organizations need to move data between data centers and/or the cloud, but the risk of downtime during transition is a sticking point.

earthlink sd wan

How a logistics firm leverages SD-WAN for competitive advantage

Freight forwarding firm JAS Global has cut trimmed millions from its bandwidth costs using network software. Next, it intends to leverage the technology for a predictive analytics system.

chaos numbers cloud

Chaos in the enterprise: How to have confidence in the cloud

The road ahead for enterprises is much more complicated than simply migrating applications and data to the cloud.

zeus

Forget Heliocentrism—Embrace the cloud and Zeus-centrism

ZeroStack and Nexenta have partnered on a solution that makes it easier for companies to build private clouds.

man holding large megaphone against blue cloudy sky

Mirantis shifts again, will offer managed solutions based on open-source technologies

No longer a pure-play OpenStack vendor, Mirantis will concentrate on strategy, site readiness, and cloud tenant on-boarding and care

p1200405

Azure Stack's third technical preview arrives

Azure Stack, Microsoft’s hybrid cloud system, is getting close to release. On Wednesday, the tech giant unveiled the third major public beta for customers that want to test it out.

Open compute project

How open compute cuts server costs in the enterprise

Even if your organization’s not big enough to build your own servers and switches, you can still reap the benefits of OCP designs, including reduced costs.

person smartphone office table byod roaming

Forget the network perimeter, say security vendors

Security vendors start embracing Google's BeyondCorp network security model that treats all apps and devices as being on the Internet instead of assigning higher trust to local networks.

business building mirror cloud

The future isn't cloud. It's multi-cloud

Cloud computing was supposed to simplify IT environments. Now, a study by Microsoft and 451 Research shows nearly a third of organizations work with four or more cloud vendors.

Clouds against vibrant blue sky

ZeroStack uses machine learning to create self-driving clouds

ZeroStack’s AI-driven approach reduces the burden of running a private cloud.

stop sign cloud sky

Beware of the legacy public cloud

Legacy is a bad word. Legacy public clouds are a scary thought. It just might happen.

11 clouds

If the cloud is so great, why are so many businesses unsatisfied?

The hype around cloud computing remains as adoption soars. But for 77% of companies, the challenge is finding and deploying a service that's the right fit.

WhatsApp (1)

German consumer groups sue WhatsApp over privacy policy changes

WhatsApp's privacy policy change allowing Facebook to target advertising at its users has landed the company in a German court.

MWC HP HPE booth sign

HPE acquisitions bring hyperconvergence, hybrid IT into the mainstream

HPE's recent acquisitions of SimpliVity and Cloud Cruiser send the clear message that hyperconvergence and the larger hybrid IT movement is ready for prime time.

hybrid cloud

Public vs. private cloud: Why the public cloud is a real threat to security

The debate on public vs. private cloud is a fierce one with advocates on both sides. Security experts, however, consistently fall in the pro-private camp.

Load More