cloud shield

cloud shield

[′klau̇d ‚shēld]
(meteorology)
The principal cloud structure of a typical wave cyclone, that is, the cloud forms found on the cold-air side of the frontal system.
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Two Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) infrared 11-pm images at 1500 and 1800 UTC bounding the CloudSat overpass indicate the rapid development of the polar low cloud shield.
Acquia, the digital experience company, today launched Acquia Cloud Shield, an isolated cloud for sites housed within a corporate network.
Acquia Cloud Shield combines the security benefit of a private isolated network with the ease of operation of a managed Platform as a Service.
In addition, Acquia Cloud Shield gives companies increased control over their virtual networking environment, including selection of their own internal IP address range.
based mutual insurance company will access its corporate datacenter through a portal secured by Acquia Cloud Shield, which enables user authentication from outside the corporate firewall.
While they can be organized in a linear fashion, their characteristic signature on an infrared satellite image is an oval-shaped cold (high) cloud shield that can easily cover the entire state of Wyoming, with tops that reach FL600.
As this transition occurs, hurricanes become less symmetrical and their advance cloud shields expand significantly in area because they are moving into an environment very different from that of the low latitudes.