Here you will find our whitepapers on all topics around Cloud Infrastructures and Cloud Management.
- The Future belongs to Hybrid Cloud.pdfCloud Computing is an essential part of many enterprises while most businesses still trend to favor a private cloud environment. Focused on maximizing productivity of cloud infrastructures Hybrid Clouds gain more and more importance on the market and implicate new requirements for both enterprises and cloud providers. Learn more about the future of hybrid cloud environments in our whitepaper.
- Amazon s cloud service outage and data loss.pdfThe outage (and eventual data loss) of Amazon’s storage services in April 2011 show once more that Infrastructure Clouds have the same requirements as conventional deployments in terms of redundancy and fault tolerance. The Cloud is a change in business model, not an architectural shortcut.
- Product-HighAvailabilityinCloudComputing-270813-1611-134.pdfThe availability of IT Services has become critical to business continuity. Various approaches and precautions in the IT help to ensure always-available services.
- Whitepaper Cloud Exchange 2013.pdfThe goal of an IaaS Cloud exchange is to create a distributed infrastructure in which different components are interchangeable. Controlled by the Cloud exchange, the distributed infrastructure not only increases technical capabilities – such as availability and resilience – it also allows consumers to make economic decisions regarding scheduling workloads.
- SDN.pdfVirtualized programmable networks – or Software Defined Networking (SDN) – have finally begun to realize their promise of moving beyond traditional hardware limitations and enable enterprise networks to be simply and remotely provisioned.
- End-to-End Cloud.pdfThe use by enterprises of infrastructure Cloud Computing is constrained by the gaps between complex and demanding requirements and the inadequacies of existing solutions. In this paper we present a solution for an end-to-end enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure.
- Distributed Clouds.pdfSome of the more advanced vendors of infrastructure Cloud Technology are starting to pick up on the idea of a distributed Cloud Environment, where several geographically disperse data centers or Cloud Providers are federated into a logical single Cloud.