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Old 11-16-2015, 03:44 AM
bill titus bill titus is offline
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Default What's Next For The Cloud? The Intercloud

What's Next For The Cloud? The Intercloud
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Old 11-25-2015, 07:00 PM
Dipsy Jones Dipsy Jones is offline
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Cloud providers will likely benefit from greater customer flexibility to migrate workloads and data to competitors, by eliminating fear of lock-in as a barrier to cloud adoption. Just as airlines (try to) ensure proper baggage handling, “reliable application transport” in the Intercloud will ensure that data and applications are correctly transferred across providers.

Cross-provider bundles and workflows would benefit from Intercloud standards and mechanisms as well. Today, tour operators (“aggregators”) put together hotel, airline, train, bus, and cruise ship services into a single bundle (say, “The Mediterranean Like You’ve Never Seen It Before”) and manage the flow of customers across those services (the helpful people guiding travelers from baggage claim to the bus that takes them to the cruise ship). Complex information technology applications and “mash-ups,” requiring, say, credit card validation and billing, scanned-image-to-text optical character recognition, secure messaging and the like, could be composed from base services offered by a variety of best-in-breed operators.
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Old 11-27-2015, 06:14 AM
StuartCrawford StuartCrawford is offline
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Originally Posted by bill titus View Post
What's Next For The Cloud? The Intercloud
Well! Security on the cloud. Everyone wants to be secure while using cloud, so the next phase of the cloud will definitely the security on the private cloud.
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Old 02-11-2016, 06:43 AM
farhan251 farhan251 is offline
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Cloud Servers are brought up as Virtual Dedicated Servers (VDS). whereas it's true that each cloud server are often known as a virtual dedicated server, the other isn't continually true. {this is|this is often|this are often} as a result of a virtual dedicated server can be placed solely on one hardware server and therefore suffer from one purpose of failure once any of its hardware fails.Cloud servers run as software-independent units. this suggests that a cloud server has all the code it needs to run and doesn't rely on any centrally-installed code.
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