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  • Difference between public and private cloud

    I'm working on a project that revolves around cloud computing and I'm becoming very confused over the difference between public and private cloud. From what I understand, public cloud relates to multiple users working on the same physical machine (which makes it unsafe for data). While for the...

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  • Is it possible to block employees from using a public cloud?

    This wasn't my first idea but I need to know if it's possible to block several employees access to our public cloud. We really don't want to upload files from anywhere on the web. We thought about blocking HTTPS but we thought that might be a last-resort idea. A proxy / blacklist of IP addresses...

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  • Public cloud or private cloud?

    “Suppliers of public cloud services are experts and focused on security, so if security is a real issue, get into public cloud as soon as you can." This was the message Richard Sykes, chair of the Cloud Industry Forum, told attendees at the G-Cloud in practice conference. Furthermore, he said a...

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  • Are we ready for the growth of public clouds?

    Cloud will be king at the Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2013 conference running June 11- 14. There will be some 50 sessions on cloud deployment at the conference. Much of the anticipation focuses on the rise of public clouds. But as public clouds become more common, the need for the infrastructure...

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  • Public cloud security concerns

    The Are Cloud Services Trustworthy video got me thinking about particular security measures I should include in a cloud service contract. Any experienced ideas?

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  • OpenStack: Is this a step in the right direction for cloud computing?

    On Monday, Rackspace launched their open source cloud computing project, OpenStack. They've partnered with NASA, releasing the code for Rackspace's public cloud spaces Cloud Files and Cloud Servers. Later this year, NASA will release code for its Nebula cloud platform. Do you think their goals of...

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