Managing cloud infrastructure and services is similar to traditional network management - only bigger, badder and more complex.
With username and password prompts coming at users with every personal and professional login, every once in a while they're bound to forget which combinations go with which access requests.
The first step is to evaluate your workloads, says Mark White, CTO for Deloitte Consulting's technology practice.
If you're interested in achieving the benefits of a private cloud, but aren't sure you want to devote the time and resources to build one from scratch, there's an alternative.
As cloud computing moves from hype to reality, certain broad trends and best practices are emerging when it comes to the public cloud vs. private cloud.
Cloud computing demands a mix of technology skills, negotiating skills, business acumen and people skills.