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There are as many definitions of cloud as there are technology bloggers. However, the major theme is that a Public Cloud provides IT resources that are provisioned remotely from the consumer and operated by a third party. In a Private Cloud, the infrastructure policies are governed by a single organization where workloads and data can be moved to and from internal and external data centers. Private Clouds provide an organization a single point of control for security, manageability, privacy, audit, compliance and governance. However the business case for engaging in a public or private cloud strategy involves several factors, the most important being business revenue and/or budget. Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Cloudburst: The term cloudburst is being use in two meanings, negative and positive:
Tens of millions of people have moved to Google Docs because it’s 100% web: it provides real-time collaboration in the browser, with no software to install, manage or upgrade. Of course, we know that many more of you still use Microsoft Office, because until recently, there weren’t many tools to help you collaborate and share with others.
I’d like an external private hybrid cloud, dry, with whole milk, please!