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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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Incidents in public cloud infrastructure are more likely to happen because of a customer's employees rather than actions carried out by cloud providers, according to a new Kaspersky Lab report --'Understanding security of the cloud: from adoption benefits to threats and concerns'.
By becoming a VMware Verified Cloud Provider, du is now listed alongside other cloud providers such as IBM, Fujitsu and NEC.
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Freudenberg IT is a global cloud provider and IT service provider for upscale medium sized enterprises.
failure of a physical server, network, or a virtual machine (VM) can degrade the performance [1] and lead to a violation of SLA that was signed between the cloud provider and users [2].
New Delhi [India], Nov 16 ( ANI ): Hybrid cloud provider NetApp on Thursday introduced its new hybrid cloud offerings for customers to enjoy unprecedented ability to use data for competitive advantage.
No cloud provider will take responsibility for your data, but there are solutions you can purchase to help.
Allow cloud providers to access the organization's IT systems and use its data only as required to perform the agreed-on services or as authorized for other purposes.
Further, a cloud solution removes need for internal IT resources to be trained on administering the application, and if end-user training is required, that task shifts to the cloud provider. Ultimately, bypassing the procurement process and minimizing training procedures results in lower costs and time for implementation and start up.
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.
CHOOSING a potential cloud provider can be a formidable task with understanding jargon and technical acronyms just the start of what can become a long and intimidating process.
"It's a huge concern," ACE's Merrill says of the potential for a breach at a cloud provider that could affect the data of multiple companies.