Interconnecting a growing number of virtual and physical devices while keeping the network simple requires a scalable, cloud-ready data center. The three critical steps to realize this are: 1) Simplifying the devices, 2) Sharing of resources and 3) Virtualizing security services.
by: Andy Miller, Juniper Networks Asia Pacific 16-Jul-2010
A group of industry veterans, led by inimitable security wonk Chris Hoff, has announced a working draft for a set of new capabilities for cloud provider application programming interfaces.
by: SearchCloudComputing.com staff 09-Jul-2010
Sify Technologies will run or sell devices and connectivity into these Sify-run cybercafes, which constitutes more than one-third of all Indian Internet traffic.
by: SearchCloudComputing.com staff 07-Jul-2010
Worldwide cloud services revenue is forecast to reach US$68.3 billion in 2010, a 16.6% increase from 2009 revenue of US$58.6 billion, said Gartner.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 29-Jun-2010
This article discusses the three stages of trust development between cloud service providers and users, as well as the best practices and technologies involved along the way.
by: Humphrey Chan, SafeNet 28-Jun-2010
There's certainly more overall optimism than I've seen in some time, but my most surprising discovery was that security pros can't get enough of the cloud.
by: Eric B. Parizo, SearchSecurity.com 28-Jun-2010
Symantec today announced an updated version of its data loss prevention suite designed to help businesses prevent data leaks in their changing IT environments and protect information in private clouds.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 25-Jun-2010
We expect IT organizations that build private clouds will eventually look to extend their cloud model to hybrid clouds, meaning that those building a private cloud consider the extensions needed to expand to a hybrid cloud.
by: Bill Claybrook, Contributor, SearchCloudComputing.com 04-Jun-2010
Springboard Research recently completed a survey of 474 organizations across Asia Pacific. When asked about the major concerns and/or barriers to cloud adoption within their organization, 20% of respondents cited security as their primary issue.
by: Michael Barnes, Springboard Research 31-May-2010
vCloud Service Director, codenamed Project Redwood, is a set of VMware technologies that provide the interface, automation, and management tools to tie VMware environments in the enterprise into private clouds and link them seamlessly with outside service providers running its vCloud Express service.
by: Jo Maitland, Executive Editor and Carl Brooks, Technology Writer, SearchCloudComputing 26-May-2010