cloud provider


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cloud provider

An organization that provides hardware and/or software services over the Internet. See cloud computing and cloud management system.
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Verizon Enterprise Solutions is nearly doubling the size of its Secure Cloud Interconnect service footprint in the Asia-Pacific region adding six locations and two additional cloud providers (HP and Verizon Cloud).
As the model for cloud providers expands to include private cloud build-outs, Linux container-based infrastructure and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions, additional flexibility is needed to help these providers better meet customer needs for cloud-based Red Hat technologies.
The most critical factor is for IT leaders to really get under the bonnet of their potential cloud provider, make sure that the have a strong and highly integrated stack of partners and a proven track record of delivery for other customers with needs similar to their own.
For example, local specialist cloud provider Atlas Cloud designs, builsd and manages its own infrastructure, removing the need for thirdparty resellers.
Red Hat Certified Cloud Provider programme, as well as new SAP-certified
Unfortunately however, the expense of creating a cloud provider company is quite high, and the industry leaders already established, so market diversification is somewhat unlikely.
The Best Cloud Provider Award was received by Mahesh Jaishankar, Vice President, datamena.
Consider not only where your cloud provider is hosting your data, but also what happens to it when you exit the service, including how you will meet HIPAA/HITECH data-retention and data-destruction requirements.
Mellanox Technologies Ltd (Nasdaq:MLNX) (TASE: MLNX), a supplier of end-to-end interconnect solutions for data centre servers and storage systems, announced on Monday that its InfiniBand solutions have been chosen by Cloud Provider, a cloud hosting and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider in the Netherlands, as a standard interconnect infrastructure for its enterprise cloud deployments.
How can the customer be sure that, when the use of the hardware comes to an end (either when demand patterns change and cloud hardware is decommissioned or when the cloud provider relocates the customer's services to other, cheaper computing resources) any data stored on that hardware is irreversibly removed?
The goal of this particular test was to see how the cloud provider would respond to the presence of outbound malicious traffic originating from its network.
A key conclusion of the WP 29 opinion is that entities considering storing or processing their data with a cloud provider should conduct a thorough risk analysis (see "Risk Assessment," p.