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Six Barriers To Cloud

Interest in the cloud is sky-high. You understand that “the cloud” can help your business become more agile, cost-effective, and innovative. In fact, your business is probably among the 81 percent of businesses that expect to deploy cloud architecture in the next five years, according to a Frost and Sullivan report at HP.com.

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Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Technology, Applications, Security

Critical Application Resiliency

Building cyber security into apps from the start.

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by Stan Wisseman

 

As threat actors grow in sophistication and effectiveness (as we’ve seen with Sony Pictures this week), organizations must enhance their understanding of failure states and their potential impacts. While infrastructure and systems also need to be resilient, applications are taking the brunt of successful attacks. We need to take more proactive steps to ensure that applications can resist attack.

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Technology, Cloud

Sizing a cloud can be tricky

Look at CPU, RAM and vCPUs

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Let’s discuss virtual CPU’s and their place in cloud environments.  How many CPUs and RAM does your application that is targeted for the Cloud currently use?

Cloud technology primarily leverages virtual computers.  Each of the virtual computers have a defined amount of compute power, represented as processors and RAM.

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Technology, Services

7 crucial questions that get left out of the Software-defined Infrastructure discussion

Commentators and industry players are taking far too narrow a view of SDI.

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The buzz around software-defined and its impact on the data center has really taken off over the last year – everywhere you look there are articles in the press, on the Internet and in blogs about how wonderful the various vendors’ software-defined solutions are, and how they can run your data center at the click of a mouse.

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Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Technology, Security

Cyber security: Attacking from the Inside

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Blog post by HP security strategist Dan Schulte

Attacking from the Inside

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Technology, Applications, Cloud

Clearing up the confusion between IaaS and Paas

"It's all about PaaS."

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It’s all about “Platform as a Service” these days. But juxtaposed to Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), what does PaaS mean, and how do you make the right choice for a given application? I see at least two different kind of PaaS environments addressing different scenarios and needs. It’s important, when embarking on the development and/or migration of an application to a cloud environment, to thoroughly think through which PaaS environment to use.

PaaS, a definition

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Technology, Cloud

Top Cloud Computing Blogs 2014 Edition

We've updated our top cloud blogger list. Take a look!

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In 2012, IDG’s Colin Browning wrote an Enterprise CIO Forum article listing the top cloud computing blogs for CIOs. But cloud computing, like all enterprise technology, has changed in two years. And we’ve updated our list to focus on the latest in cloud computing.

Some may look familiar, and others new.

Take a look at our 2014 review of some of the top cloud computing blogs! And be sure to list your favorite cloud blogs in the comments below.

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Technology, Applications, Cloud

Eight ways to lower costs with the cloud

Enterprise software development an untapped target.

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A primary goal for the CIO since the beginning of IT time has been to keep costs low. And one area that is not always a focus of cost reduction is enterprise software development. Cloud to the rescue.   

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Business Issues, Technology, Cloud, Security

16 Tips for Moving Your Workloads to the Cloud

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By David Spark

Got a plan for your move to the cloud? If you do, you’re in the minority. According to a recent study, a mere 31 percent of those planning a move to the cloud actually have a strategy for migrating data and applications. The rest don’t.

To avoid the complexity and cost, we recommend heeding the following advice. It’s but a fraction of the endless recommendations we received from cloud experts who offered well-seasoned tips on what to do and not do when you begin planning to move workloads to the cloud.

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Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Technology, Security

Insider Threat - Who Cares?

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Written by Neil Bryden and Dan Schulte, Security Strategists Hewlett Packard

Insider Threat – Who Cares?

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