Powering the cloud – Software Developer’s Journal Extra

Powering the cloud - Software Developer's Journal Extra 3/2011
Powering the cloud - Software Developer's Journal Extra 3/2011

Powering the cloud – Software Developer’s Journal Extra 3/2011

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Managing Storage in the Public Cloud
The authors of this article are a combination of all CSI members working together in collaboration
With organizations struggling to control costs, they face increasing demands to keep pace with explosive data growth and ever-changing regulations.

Managing Private and Hybrid Clouds for Data Storage
The authors of this article are a combination of all CSI members working together in collaboration
Many organizations, driven by the opportunities for significant cost-savings, are considering cloud computing and cloud storage solutions, which take advantage of Web-based technologies to allow scalable, virtualized IT resources to be provided as a service over the network.

Implementing, Serving, and Using Cloud Storage
Greg Kleiman, Alex McDonald, Marie McMinn, Phil Mills, Rob Peglar
Forrester research defines cloud computing as “A pool of abstracted, highly scalable, and managed compute infrastructure capable of hosting end-customer applications and billed by consumption (“Is Cloud Computing Ready for the Enterprise?” Forrester Research, Inc.).

Storage Multi-Tenancy for Cloud Computing
The authors of this article are a combination of all CSI members working together in collaboration
When virtualized storage is available on demand over a network, an organization is freed from the need to purchase— or often even to provision—storage capacity before storing data. Significant cost-savings result because organizations typically only pay for storage actually consumed.

Considerations for Congestion Notification in FCoE Networks
Gilles Chekroun
Since the earliest days of data networking, congestion control and management have been a major effort to ensure the best throughput. Years ago we had technologies such as Frame Relay Forward Explicit Congestion Notification (FECN) and Backward Explicit Congestion Notification (BECN), and others to achieve simple and effective methods of congestion notification and avoidance.

Emerging Storage Solutions in the Public Sector
Alex McDonald, Gilles Chekroun, Glyn Bowden
Given the financial state that the country finds itself in and the requirement of public sector organisations to lead the way in terms of efficiency and productivity, there has never been a more interesting time to be developing storage solutions for that environment.

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