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Charlie Babcock
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10/2/2014 | 9:41:59 PM
LA Cloud Engoineering Group to provide reference model
Re: Parker Cloud --   When the LA Cloud Engineering Group finishes its referfence design, I wish you'd send me a copy with a note of explanation. I'd like to see it. Many thanks.
SunitaT0
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9/28/2014 | 2:30:03 PM
Private clouds in companies
I recently came across an article on this website, which details the use (and advantages) of private cloud in IT companies, which would (according to the author) minimize costs of documentation and development. Now the only way we can see that is if companies adopt a sensor network along with a private cloud which will help the insides of an office save money.
SunitaT0
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9/28/2014 | 2:24:01 PM
Re: Private cloud passe? I don't think so
"If there are archives on how to deal with software based cloud architectures then it would be very helpful for enterprises but the only problem is that without a conference, the documents local to every company cannot be seen by outside developers. Also, data architects need to be consulted more, because other existing architectures for privatized cloud computing can be used too."

@SachinEE: Rightly said. There needs to be conferences on how to deal with privatized cloud systems, and since they are provided by third party companies, a decent C2C (company to company) relationship has to be built up, and since one company is letting the other company get hands on documents, there must be complete transparency between companies.
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9/25/2014 | 5:04:05 PM
Re: Private cloud passe? I don't think so
The LA Cloud Engineering Group meetup is working on publishing an Open Source Hybrid / Private Cloud reference design more info here www.meetup.com/Enterprise-Cloud/

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SachinEE
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9/25/2014 | 12:42:37 AM
Re: Private cloud passe? I don't think so
IT companies may not rely on a third party cloud provider because they would have their own. We're talking about those companies who have large user databases that would like to move their business to the cloud and minimize the overhead. Also, such companies would require best of the best security to have their trust. It's a big step. I hope this new face of cloud computing is not marred by third party politics.
SachinEE
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9/25/2014 | 12:40:28 AM
Various uses
"One reason is that there is no standard blueprint for building a next-generation software-defined infrastructure. The term "private cloud" describes everything from automated virtual machine system administration to fully orchestrated and self-service compute, storage, and network resources that end users and developers can provision themselves. Given this uncertainty and complexity, the pioneers tend to be businesses that began on public cloud infrastructure and are comfortable living on the bleeding edge of technology."

If there are archives on how to deal with software based cloud architectures then it would be very helpful for enterprises but the only problem is that without a conference, the documents local to every company cannot be seen by outside developers. Also, data architects need to be consulted more, because other existing architectures for privatized cloud computing can be used too.
Charlie Babcock
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9/24/2014 | 6:13:17 PM
Private cloud passe? I don't think so
David Linthicum at Open Data Center Alliance's Forecast 2014 event in San Francisco said Tues. that Cloud Technology Partners isn't getting requests for consulting on private cloud. Its business now is almost exclusively consulting on use of public cloud. I think that's because the very large clients that it works with have already been through a private cloud phase and now want to maximize what they can do on the public cloud, They are designing new apps for the public cloud, I suspect. Not everyone is at that stage. Many, many companies, to my way of thinking, want the benefits of private cloud.


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