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No Ratings Be the first to write a review. We will get there and whilst the stakes are considerably higher with the potential risks of cloud, the economics of cloud computing simply do stack up for most.
I also read some content about cloud service management. A biggie. And then I read an article about cloud and business continuity. Another biggie.
I then read a blog about cloud performance management. And that too. In fact there is a lot of content out there to help hinder you as you embark on your cloud counting exercise.
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One word of advice caution. Dont start counting clouds until you have a reference architecture. A what? A set of concepts, patterns and principles that are appropriate to you and what you are provided protecting.
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Until you can agree on what architecture you need then cloud counting can be a tough job. Dont believe me? Well try and get colleagues in a room to discuss Cloud Reference Architecture. Do this then are you off and running; if you dont then you will soon realise how hard all this cloud stuff really is. Still dont believe me? I got 6! Should I have more brummie?
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Genuinely interested folks. Just popped back to check the blog and I started to think about cloud computing in terms of interoperability and standards. Lets not kid ourselves but there is a lot of work to do and already been done to ensure that as we have more and more clouds as Judy says we are going to rely heavily on interoperability, identity, integration and so on across perhaps the greatest technology landscape ever known — devices changing annually, cloud providers growing daily, standards evolving, risks maturing and so on.
Plus legal cases emerging. So the paradox is this…if cloud computing depicts easy to use, seamless computing for a fair price so people will have a cloud behind a cloud behind a cloud etc however the more clouds a person company has the more complex cloud computing actually becomes. Scratchy head time heh?
Well the answer lies in ones consciousness. Conscious people approach cloud computing with a level head and due diligence. Unconscious people approach cloud computing like a garage sale where everything is so cheap free so lets get lots of stuff clouds. As you might guess I like the conscious people.