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[ESG Blog] OpenStack: The Philosophical Divide

The open source cloud software has spawned a variety of perspectives on the best way to implement it.

The OpenStack Summit last week in Barcelona culminated with a new release of the cloud software, dubbed Newton. Although it appears to be a unified solution that everyone rallies around, the truth is more complex.

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[ESG Blog] OpenStack: The Philosophical Divide

The open source cloud software has spawned a variety of perspectives on the best way to implement it.

The OpenStack Summit last week in Barcelona culminated with a new release of the cloud software, dubbed Newton. Although it appears to be a unified solution that everyone rallies around, the truth is more complex.

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[ESG Lab Validation] BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management

This ESG Lab Technical Validation will focus on the operational value of BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management (CLM). The goal is to demonstrate and validate business value for customers in three key functionality areas: Full stack application environment provisioning, security and compliance (including remediation of non-compliant services), and decommissioning or consolidation of unused or underutilized resources.

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[ESG Lab Validation] BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management

This ESG Lab Technical Validation will focus on the operational value of BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management (CLM). The goal is to demonstrate and validate business value for customers in three key functionality areas: Full stack application environment provisioning, security and compliance (including remediation of non-compliant services), and decommissioning or consolidation of unused or underutilized resources.

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[ESG Research Report] The Cloud Computing Spectrum, from Private to Hybrid

In order to assess organizations’ use of server virtualization, cloud computing technology, and converged infrastructure platforms, ESG recently surveyed 308 IT professionals representing midmarket (100 to 999 employees) and enterprise-class (1,000 employees or more) organizations in North America. All respondents were personally responsible for or familiar with their organizations’ server virtualization and cloud computing environments and strategies.

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[ESG Research Report] The Cloud Computing Spectrum, from Private to Hybrid

In order to assess organizations’ use of server virtualization, cloud computing technology, and converged infrastructure platforms, ESG recently surveyed 308 IT professionals representing midmarket (100 to 999 employees) and enterprise-class (1,000 employees or more) organizations in North America. All respondents were personally responsible for or familiar with their organizations’ server virtualization and cloud computing environments and strategies.

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[ESG Blog] Cloud computing is elastic, but people are not -- can Rackspace help?

We all know that cloud computing is elastic. If you need more resources, it’s easy to add capacity. It’s not infinite capacity, but it is easy to add capacity on demand compared to the traditional way of procuring, racking, and stacking servers, storage, and networking equipment.

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[ESG Blog] Cloud computing is elastic, but people are not -- can Rackspace help?

We all know that cloud computing is elastic. If you need more resources, it’s easy to add capacity. It’s not infinite capacity, but it is easy to add capacity on demand compared to the traditional way of procuring, racking, and stacking servers, storage, and networking equipment.

2017 Predictions for Cloud (Part 1)

 

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