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OpenStack Invocation center- Growth Hacking of Open Cloud Platform

Intel and Rackspace are collaborating on an OpenStack Invocation center. it will be a Largest OpenStack developer cloud with 1000-node clusters. The project will bring together OpenStack engineers from Rackspace and Intel to advance the scalability, manageability and reliability of OpenStack by adding new features, functionality and eliminating bugs through upstream code contributions. 238 more words

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KWICies #001 - Life in the Fast Lane

The Evolution of Cloud Connectivity

“Intelligence is based on how efficient a species became at doing the things they need to survive.” ― Charles Darwin… 1,083 more words

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What Makes Cloud Security Different from Traditional Infrastructure Security?

As cloud services take the reins from on-premise hardware and software, the importance of strong cybersecurity strategies for cloud-based solutions becomes apparent. According to RightScale’s… 878 more words

Cybersecurity

a16z Podcast: Big Data Goes Really Big

Big Data is evolving. It’s moving from the sole domain of the high priests of data science, to something that practically every organization — big and small — and every group within that organization can get its hands on. 111 more words

AWS Direct Connect in Australia via Equinix Cloud Exchange

I discussed Azure ExpressRoute via Equinix Cloud Exchange (ECX) in my previous blog. In this post I am going to focus on AWS Direct Connect which ECX also provides. 488 more words

Cloud Infrastructure

Social Enterprise Collaboration Tools Bring Social Business to Life!

Social networks for business help enterprises effectively collaborate across departments, offices and countries. These tools give employees a sense of online community and help forge connections between different parts of the business and your customers. 634 more words

Azure Internal Load Balancing - Setting Distribution Mode

I’m going to start by saying that I totally missed that the setting of distribution mode on Azure’s Internal Load Balancer (ILB) service is possible. This is mostly because you don’t set the distribution mode at the ILB level – you set it at the Endpoint level (which in hindsight makes sense because that’s how you do it for the public load balancing too). 175 more words

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