The elephant in the room is – everyone sees a different part of the elephant. Cloud computing is becoming widely adopted, and yet, there are very different schools of thought on exactly what “cloud” is all about. That’s partly due to the term “cloud computing” being used for a broad collection of services, delivered at […]
Entries Tagged as 'hybrid cloud computing'
by Tom Bittman | June 24, 2014 | 6 Comments
by Tom Bittman | October 24, 2013 | 2 Comments
Polls (and inquiries) imply that the hybrid cloud computing trend is almost exactly three years behind private cloud computing. By any measure, private cloud computing has become a major trend since the concept was first publicly discussed in 2008. While it isn’t mainstream yet, many enterprises have deployed something, and have plans to expand. Market […]
by Tom Bittman | September 24, 2012 | 20 Comments
Just when you thought you were starting to understand cloud computing, and private cloud computing, here comes hybrid cloud! Vendors are already flocking to the term – it means everything from remotely managed appliances to a mix of virtual and non-virtual servers to traditional applications using cloud services, and everything in between. So what is […]