Browsing posts tagged with: public cloud providers

Choosing cloud providers for data migration

Three Critical Areas to Consider Before Migrating Data to the Cloud  
May 15, 2017 by

Cloud Computing

Organizations of all sizes are choosing to conduct at least part of their business in the cloud, and choosing which cloud provider to work with is an important part of that process. The provider can mean the difference between a cloud migration that goes off without a hitch, and one that causes delays, additional expenses and
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Avoid Cloud Disasters, Embrace the SLA
April 21, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Networking Technology

Talk of IT disasters can spark equal amounts of fear of them happening to us, and gratitude that the big one hasn’t happened to us yet. Network World offers some tips on what not to do when migrating to the cloud to avoid disasters—or, at the very least, grumbling users. They recommend splitting apps into
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AppNeta's weekly roundup of networking, cloud and SaaS market news.

Cloud Providers Innovate, Build and Cash In
April 7, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

In this brave new world of running businesses with cloud and SaaS technology, who’s buying hardware anymore? Well, cloud providers, that’s who. Financial filings from AWS, Microsoft and Google show they spent a combined $31.54 billion on capital expenditures and capital leases in 2016. Amazon is building a new cloud region in Sweden, and analysts
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Choose your public cloud monitoring wisely.

3 Public Cloud Providers, One Monitoring Goal
February 28, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

So you’ve decided to take the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) approach to cloud migration. That’s great—you’re on your way to realizing the cost savings and flexibility of cloud computing. But the decisions don’t stop when you choose between SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS. Choosing your public cloud provider—Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, or Google
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