This series examines security in the cloud, showing how companies can mitigate cloud computing security issues and risks. Data is at the heart and center of the cloud. When it comes to security in the cloud, three questions need to be answered with regard to data: 1. How is the data guaranteed? A company should […]
Rich Miller, editor of Data Center Knowledge, stopped by our booth at Cloud Connect last week to give us his take on the conference, trends he was hearing and some thoughts on the direction of cloud computing as it relates to data centers. Watch video below: Following the conference and the announcement […]
What happens when the cloud experiences an outage? Fortunately, companies can look to managed multisite availability to. . .
SunGard Availability Services announces the availability of cloud-based SAP Services, designed to meet the availability, security, operations, and capacity needs of SAP ERP environments. The new service leverages the best in class VblockTM cloud platform to provide a production ready cloud infrastructure for SAP ERP and NetWeaver applications, whether a single new development environment or full [...]
Should you negotiate your Service Level Agreement (SLA)? Pushing a cloud computing vendor to add more services may adds more risk than your realize. Here are questions to ask.
Scalability is more than just provisioning more technology and/or increasing a data center footprint. Scaling horizontally to add hardware is the easy part. Data centers have been doing it for years, first as managed service offerings and now as enterprise caliber cloud offerings.
Today we hear from Chip Childers, product architect for SunGard’s Enterprise Cloud Services and partners with our product management and product engineering teams to drive the overall solution design of the service…CM I’m a big fan of designing systems to deal with component failures. But let’s be honest, doing that perfectly is pretty darn hard. […]