• Performance of Dedicated Servers and Private Clouds
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    Performance of Dedicated Servers and Private Clouds

    Performance will always matter to businesses because whether you’re using your hosting provider for web services or applications the information has to be available immediately. Depending on our customers requirements, our dedicated servers can be set up with virtually limitless CPU, RAM, disk space and data transfer. Your presence certainly if we’re talking about websites and things like that, their ability to respond to your requests quickly is a huge tell in whether anyone buys everything from them. People just leave websites if they don’t gain response back from the website within 10 seconds. It’s the first impact of service that you’re providing to your outside world, so it’s critical.

  • Private Cloud – Performance and Scalability
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    Private Cloud – Performance and Scalability

    Hyve’s private cloud includes performance features which really do set us apart. We use adaptive optimization on our storage. This is where data is stored on two tiers of disks: SSD and SAS. Hyve’s private cloud is specifically designed upon our client requirements, so depending on the client’s performance requirements we can cater for a solution that fits the bill. Majority of the time, we use “Best of Breed” hardware such as HP Juniper particularly when it comes to network, but as well as that, all your blades and network are specifically designed. We have an algorithm that’s constantly running, which will look, and search for, and then move “hot…

  • Why is Hybrid Cloud better than Multi Cloud? – Hyve Managed Hosting
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    Why is Hybrid Cloud better than Multi Cloud? – Hyve Managed Hosting

    Hi, I’m Graham from Hyve Managed Hosting. I’d like to talk today about multi-clouds and hybrid clouds. A multi-cloud, is where one company will use different clouds, different suppliers, to run all of their projects. This will mean different configurations, different settings, different pricing plans, multiple invoices. A hybrid cloud, is a mixture of physical infrastructure, public and private clouds, provided by one supplier. So the public cloud would be great for your test and your development servers, with their scalability and power requirements. Your data, your sensitive information, that gets locked away on a private cloud. So a hybrid cloud is one cloud, one provider, one invoice. Here at…

  • Security of Cloud Computing
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    Security of Cloud Computing

    hi and welcome in this video I will discuss various concepts related to cloud computing including its characteristics, its service models and deployment models and various security issues related to cloud computing Before moving further please turn on subtitles for this video and do subscribe my channel for similar videos In cloud computing, the storage and the processing is not performed locally on the system rather it is performed over the network therefore cloud computing is also known as internet based computing or remote virtualization because the actual hardware or infrastructure is virtualized from the user so computing is performed in the cloud therefore the complexity of this computing is…

  • Fully managed Cloud Computing solution using your current IT infrastructure (Closed Caption)
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    Fully managed Cloud Computing solution using your current IT infrastructure (Closed Caption)

    Hello and Welcome to today’s webinar, How to Deploy a Fully-Managed Could Computing Solution Using Your Current IT Infrastructure, presented by Eucalyptus and Kaavo. My name is Brady Murray, I’m the Director of Alliances for Eucalyptus, and it’s our pleasure to have you with us. Today’s presenters are Matt Reid from Eucalyptus, Jamal Mazhar and Sukanta Saha from Kaavo. We’ll start the webinar with a quick introduction to Eucalyptus from Matt, then Jamal will give a similar introduction to Kaavo, and Sukanta will show us a live demo of the Eucalyptus and Kaavo solutions working together. We’ll finish the webinar with a Q&A, so if you have questions as we…

  • Introduction to Shielded Virtual Machines in Windows Server 2016
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    Introduction to Shielded Virtual Machines in Windows Server 2016

    Welcome to Microsoft Mechanics. Coming up, a look at Shielded Virtual Machines. New with Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V that offers protection for virtual machines against malicious Hyper-V admins and malware attacks in both public and private cloud. We explore how they protect against a variety of attack vectors. How you ensure the Hyper-V fabric that is running your Shielded VMs is healthy. And, how you build an infrastructure that runs Shielded VMs a guarded fabric. Microsoft Mechanics So I’m joined today by Dean Wells, the PM lead for Shielded VMs. Welcome. Thank you very much, Matt. Now, VMs have been around for a while but what are we trying to…

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    What are Management Layers in Cloud Hosting?

    There are multiple types of management when it comes to cloud. You can have security management, so we can run monthly security scans, look at the vulnerabilities that come up within those scans and then correct them. We can look at coding and to help your application, so just ensuring application performs the best you possibly can. We could look at database management, so again look at the kind of queries you’re running in a database and ensuring that can scale correctly in the future, but all of these things we can help with. A management layer for a customer works by giving the customer assistance for anything they might…

  • Private Cloud Adoption Strategy – Interview with Neville Louzado from Hyve Managed Hosting
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    Private Cloud Adoption Strategy – Interview with Neville Louzado from Hyve Managed Hosting

    Many organisations choose to adopt a private cloud strategy just to take more control over their cloud environment, so this could be from a security point of view or just to have greater autonomy over their whole environment as a whole. For many organisations looking to move to a private cloud, this could be a move from their on premise servers, so multiple dedicated servers to a datacenter where they have their own private cloud and this could be that they are scaling down the amount of physical servers that they have to create an environment where they have multiple virtual machines to run their own private cloud from, and…