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Guest Post by Brett Waldman, Analyst, IDC
Everyone seems be talking about how easy it is to move to the cloud. Using the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) model, it’s a two-step process:
Private cloud might be one of the best things to ever happen to Business Service Management. Private cloud inherently requires the company to be more focused on the needs of the business side of the organization, which leads directly to aligning IT performance with the business needs. Because of this, the move to private cloud is driving Business Service Management in many organizations.
Submitted by: mhudnall on Fri. 10.01.2010
Filed Under: Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Data Center, Business Service Management Cool Solutions
Topic: Business Service Management, Cloud, Intelligent Workload Management, IT Management, Virtualization
Product: Business Service Management
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff took the stage the other day at Oracle World and declared that the public cloud was the only true form of the technology. Such semantic hair-splitting is silly and non-sensical and gets us nowhere.
Outside my window the city of Toronto has decided to dig up the road to resurface King Street. As much as the noise and dust is a nuisance, really the biggest inconvenience this has created is the massive detour that I now have to get to the sandwich shop across the street. It’s only about 30 feet away, but thanks to the construction and related barricades, it’s now a journey of almost 4 blocks.
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Homeland Security, a super secure government agency is building a private cloud. If an agency like this in full bore, what's holding you back?