A Guide to Private Cloud Security
With private cloud, IT can achieve virtually all the key benefits of the public cloud—such as resource pooling, self-service provisioning and elastic scalability—while asserting greater control over security, protection and compliance. Download this e-book to learn more.
New CEO Agenda: Intel Cloud Computing Insights 2011
Today, business survival depends on IT innovation. Enterprise cloud computing presents CIOs with tremendous opportunities to deliver that innovation—by thinking like CEOs in order to play a strategic role in driving new revenue and reducing costs.
Security In The Cloud Planning Guide
Seven Steps for Building Security in the Cloud from the Ground Up Why you should read this document: This guide provides practical information to help you integrate security planning into your cloud computing initiatives—from data center to endpoint devices—and: Makes suggestions and recommendations for strengthening data and platform protection in cloud implementations Provides guidance on
Intel Cloud Builders Guide: Scale Out Storage With EMC Atmos
This paper describes the architecture and implementation details of a small scale-out storage (SOS) cloud solution built jointly by Intel and EMC to demonstrate a private cloud storage deployment across two geographically separate data centers. We built the scale-out storage cloud solution with the AMC Atmos cloud-optimized storage solution with Dell* servers based on Intel
Intel It Enterprise Cloud Architecture Roadmap Paper
Intel IT has defined an architecture and implementation roadmap for a private enterprise cloud designed to increase agility and IT efficiency. The private cloud is a shared multi-tenant environment built on a highly efficient, automated, and virtualized infrastructure. Other key elements of the cloud include standardized application platforms provided as a service and a self-service
Case Study: DuPont Accelerates Innovation And Savings With R&D Cloud
DuPont is one of the world’s premier science companies. Its Central Research & Development (CR&D) IT leaders wanted to provide the company’s scientists with the power and flexibility of cloud-enhanced computing for its scientific application portfolio. DuPont CR&D chose the Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series as the foundation of its science-focused highperformance computing (HPC) cloud.
Data Center Efficiency And Optimization
Data center managers will face a lot of challenges over the next few years. In many facilities, three pressing problems need to be solved in the immediate future: limited power, increasing cooling demands, and space constraints.
Gain A Business Advantage With Scale-Out Storage
You are probably well aware of the challenges facing data centers today. A full 17 percent of IT budgets are devoted to storage,1 and power and cooling costs represent as much as 40 percent of operational expenses. And that’s just today. Corporate data is expected to increase by 650 percent in just five years, from 2009 to 2015.
Intelligent Power Management Improves Rack Density
One of the greatest challenges for data center operators today is the increasing cost of power and cooling as a portion of the total cost of operation. Power and cooling costs indata centers have risen sharply over the past several years—as much as 400 percent in the span of a decade.1 In many data centers,
Vendor Round Table: Cloud Security
This guide is designed to help you better evaluate different cloud technology vendors and service providers based on a series of questions posed to three cloud infrastructure providers, three managed or hosted infrastructure providers, and three cloud technology providers. Their answers include: Descriptions of the security components of the current offerings, including solution architecture and
Using Steelhead Appliances And Stingray Aptimizer To Accelerate Microsoft SharePoint
Faster page load times for Microsoft SharePoint provides user with a more satisfactory experience. The combination of Riverbed WAN optimization and web content optimization solutions ultimately have the same end goal of improving user performance, the techniques employed serve different use cases. This white paper examines how each of these two