mixed cloud

mixed cloud

[′mikst ′klau̇d]
(meteorology)
A cloud containing both water drops and ice crystals, hence a cloud whose composition is intermediate between that of a water cloud and that of an ice-crystal cloud.
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According to a recent survey of the 250,000-member LinkedIn security professionals group, while a vast majority of enterprises are aggressively moving to embrace mixed cloud computing models, security remains the single biggest concern.
When a pair of positrons collide inside the mixed cloud, there is a chance that one of them will then bind to a nearby antiproton to form an atom of antihydrogen.
45pm today Where to watch Live on Sky all four days, starting at 6pm today Weather forecast Mixed cloud and sun for first three days and warm (27C).
Latest release simplifies & speeds SIEM deployment, provides dynamic security incident response across mixed cloud environments
At its recent Cisco Live event in San Francisco, networking giant Cisco further fleshed out its Intercloud strategy, initially announced at its Partner Summit in March, introducing a host of new partners in mixed cloud strategy, and re-allocating its longtime channel chief to lead the charge.
The standards not only include technical standards, but also service standards that cover all kinds of issues relating to the planning and design, system construction, operation and quality assurance of public, private and mixed cloud.
SAP provides the support customers demand in mixed cloud and on-premise environments.
As part of Unisys Hybrid Enterprise strategy, enhanced solution makes it easier for clients to automate and manage mixed cloud and traditional IT environments
The coastal storm is forecast to move out, and mixed clouds and sun are forecast for the next few days.