Tag Archives: Private Cloud

Can Telcos Succeed As Cloud Service Providers?

Someone sent me a link to this article this morning. While reading it I started to think about the competitive landscape for cloud service providers and the challenges telcos have competing in this market. After all, when you think cloud service provider, which names come to mind? Amazon? Microsoft? IBM? Google? Sure, but how about… Read More »

The Macro and Micro of Multi-tenancy Regarding Private Cloud

I was recently reviewing some sales and marketing materials regarding building out Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). Part of these materials included attributes of IaaS, one of which is multi-tenancy. Having been working with some large enterprise customers lately around private cloud, this attribute really got me thinking. In most cases for the enterprises I have been working… Read More »

The Key to Private Cloud Is Removing IT Stratification

One of the leading problems plaguing IT organizations is the high costs of operations and maintenance.  The industry average is roughly 70% with some organizations going as high as 90%. Picking apart these costs one often finds a stratified organization focused on narrow bands of computing with little crossover between the bands. Moreover, the weighting… Read More »