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Community Clouds

With public and private clouds, the customer could enjoy the services of infrastructure deployed at provider location. If the customer is looking for another infrastructure then they have to look for another provider, or the provider could actually resell the infrastructure of another provider, clouds do not aggregate infrastructures to build up larger, cross-boundary structures.  54 more words

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Hybrid Clouds

Hybrid clouds comes in flavor of both private and public cloud infrastructures so as to achieve high reliability and a maximum of cost reduction through outsourcing and simultaneously maintaining desired degree of control over it. 263 more words

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What is Cloud Computing

Cloud computing or Clouds refers an environment which provides access to IT resources which are priced and provided on demand. The Cloud is elastic in nature which refers for scalability and availability of resources on demand. 355 more words

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I have heard about CLOUD but what the heck is IaaS, PaaS and SaaS?

Anyone who who follows technology trends has undoubtedly heard the term “cloud service” thrown around a few gazillion times over the past few months. But if you don’t know the difference between terms such as PaaS, IaaS and SaaS, don’t fret — you’re far from alone. 725 more words

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White Space Conflict - The Digital Connection & ONE4ALL

Gravitas records are back again with another pay what you want, incredible release. These guys fully embrace the concept of the new age, and above that, they’ve always selected outstanding music to release. 34 more words

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The Battle of the Cloud - Microsoft Azure Vs VMware Vs Amazon AWS.

All three of these big players have their own way of connecting data center of an organization to public clouds, not to mention, each one of them come with their share of benefits and risks that should be considered before making a choice. 882 more words

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vSphere's Virtual CPUs - Avoiding the vCPU to pCPU ratio trap

2011 was a year where despite the economic constraints everything Big was seemingly good; Big Data, Big Clouds, Big VMs etc. Caught in the industry’s lust for this excess, 2011 was also the year I lost count of how many overprovisioned resources to ‘Big’ Production VMs I witnessed. 1,178 more words

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