• 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…

  • IBM public cloud: the most open and secure public cloud for business
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    IBM public cloud: the most open and secure public cloud for business

    The cost of doing business, is compromise: Big or agile, ambitious or stable… At IBM, we don’t let these contradictions hinder us. Instead, we combined hardened, open source software, with industry-leading security, to reimagine our enterprise grade public cloud. It connects you with the world’s most innovative technologies. But you encrypt your data at the highest level so no-one else can access it. It lets you build portable applications with speed and confidence, while providing visibility across all your clouds from a single dashboard. It’s already running our business, and primed to run yours.

  • 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…

  • When to put workloads in the public cloud
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    When to put workloads in the public cloud

    Steve Bigelow: The days of vast, complex, and costly private data centers are waning as businesses look for workload deployment alternatives. Perhaps the most important of these alternatives is the public cloud. There are five major factors that drive businesses to migrate their workloads to the public cloud. So, let’s look at each one. Cost benefits are usually the first factor that drives workload migration to the public cloud. Traditional data centers require expensive investments in physical hardware and facilities, not to mention the costs of continued maintenance. In some cases, being tied to hardware can stifle innovation too. In the public cloud, a business uses the cloud provider’s infrastructure…

  • Meet Our Experts – Wasif Afaghan on Cloud Computing
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    Meet Our Experts – Wasif Afaghan on Cloud Computing

    Whilst cloud has been around for a long time, the market trend show us that cloud adoption is increasing year on year and is going to continue to grow. So it’s estimated that 75% of organisations are going to adopt a multi cloud or hybrid cloud model. Significantly, the hybrid cloud spend is going to increase year on year exponentially from 2019 to 2022. The vast majority of that growth is going to come from public cloud. If we start to analyse the reasons of why that’s the case, the main driver is digital transformation. So ultimately a lot of people saw IT as a function that just keeps the…

  • Cloud Computing Benefits/Advantages.  Eliminate IT capital expenses.
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    Cloud Computing Benefits/Advantages. Eliminate IT capital expenses.

    Hello, I’m Rachael Ruble with FiberLine Communications. Thank you for joining us for the latest in our series on the advantages of cloud computing. This week we will discuss the cloud computing advantage of Elimination of Capital Expenses. Prior to public cloud computing, if you owned or ran a business, you would need to develop and maintain an expensive IT infrastructure for the effective operation of your business. This included buying servers for capital expenditures of between $3,000 to $20,000 each, hiring skilled IT staff for approximately $100,000 per year each, and setting aside valuable business space for a server room that required special security and precise cooling systems. Additionally,…

  • 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…

  • Cloud computing advantages benefits, efficient server utilization
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    Cloud computing advantages benefits, efficient server utilization

    Hello, I’m Rachael Ruble with FiberLine Communications. Thank you for joining us for the latest in our series on the advantages of cloud computing. This week we will discuss the cloud computing advantage of efficient server utilization. Prior to the availability of virtualization and cloud computing, when a business needed computer applications, such as email, to improve their efficiency, they would need to obtain a server which would be dedicated to only one specific application. Each server costs between $3,000 to $20,000. On that server they would need to install operating system software, and then on top of the operating system, they would need to install software for the specific…

  • Enterprise Cloud – Interview with Paulo Machado from Hyve Managed Hosting
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    Enterprise Cloud – Interview with Paulo Machado from Hyve Managed Hosting

    What is an enterprise cloud? For Hyve in particular and our customers, it offers scalability, reliability, and ultimate performance, due to no single point of failure that we offer within our infrastructure. The main benefits are scalability, reliability, and ultimately performance. We do that obviously based on your architecture within our cloud itself. We have multiple blade enclosures within our cloud with multiple servers. We then use VMware as a software layer to create our virtual environments, which then creates our cloud servers for our customer. What that entails, if a host in the underlying infrastructure were to fail for any reason, you’d automatically reboot on to another host, which…