Planning for Cloud Computing14 Feb 2011 • by Natalie Aster
London – “Cloud computing is a real innovation in the logic of how IT is sourced and managed and how services are delivered, and its use will grow steadily over the next 12 months.”
Cloud computing promises to tackles two hitherto irreconcilable IT challenges: the need to lower costs and the need to boost innovation. However, it will take a lot of effort from enterprises to actually make it work. Instead of moving their IT mess for less somewhere else, the ill-prepared will end up with their IT mess spread across a wider area. This report explains why.
- Understand which benefits and risks relate to which type of cloud computing offerings;
- Put into context cloud cost, security, reliability, availability, scalability, service level agreements (SLAs) and governance issues;
- Discover the impact of Cloud computing on IT in general and IT service management in particular.
Published: November 2010
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Use the report to discover:
- Why the public cloud market is more complex than expected?
- How private clouds are catching up with public cloud capabilities?
- Why hybrid clouds are the next frontier for the enterprise?
- Why public cloud pricing structures are evolving, but not always for the better?
- Why service-level agreements (SLAs) are key to cloud adoption?
- Why security is the number-one cloud quality of service (QoS) concern and why reliability and availability are under increasing scrutiny?
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