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Don’t Make Cloud Management an Afterthought

May 29, 2012 No Comments

It’s clear how public cloud computing is used today by larger enterprises: It’s a storage system here, an API providing data there, and cloud-delivered app dev testing somewhere else. However, what’s almost never apparent is how these providers should be managed to the right level of operational efficiency.

Why? Because those charged with managing the internal resources typically found in data centers don’t — or refuse to — work with public cloud providers. Thus, organizations using pubic cloud resources are either managing them catch as catch can or not at all.

Read More of Dave Linthicum’s Blog Post on InfoWorld

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