How to “Uncloud” Without Losing What Makes the Cloud Great
How to “Uncloud” Without Losing What Makes the Cloud Great
By Zenlayer | May 13, 2020

When to uncloud, what you can do to prepare for cloud repatriation, and how to retain the best aspects of cloud-based infrastructure while moving to a private, partial, or hybrid cloud solution.

When to uncloud, what you can do to prepare for cloud repatriation, and how to retain the best aspects of cloud-based infrastructure while moving to a private, partial, or hybrid cloud solution.

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Why your data isn’t less secure in the cloud
Why your data isn’t less secure in the cloud
By Zenlayer | April 26, 2019

Not long ago, CIOs hesitated to move to the cloud due to security fears. Today, over 70% of organizations are in the cloud. The myth that cloud computing is less secure than legacy systems stemmed from the idea that storing data on servers and systems that aren’t self-owned is more dangerous – yet more than…

Not long ago, CIOs hesitated to move to the cloud due to security fears. Today, over 70% of organizations are in the cloud. The myth that cloud computing is less secure than legacy systems stemmed from the idea that storing data on servers and systems that aren’t self-owned is more dangerous – yet more than…

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Planning for Success in a Multi-Cloud Environment
Planning for Success in a Multi-Cloud Environment
By Zenlayer | April 12, 2019

84 percent of companies use a multi-cloud strategy today, according to Rightscale’s 2019 State of the Cloud. It’s easy to see why CIOs are going all in – their IT teams can enjoy scalable workloads, say goodbye to vendor lock-in, reduce the risk of service interruptions and choose the right cloud for specific workload requirements. However,…

84 percent of companies use a multi-cloud strategy today, according to Rightscale’s 2019 State of the Cloud. It’s easy to see why CIOs are going all in – their IT teams can enjoy scalable workloads, say goodbye to vendor lock-in, reduce the risk of service interruptions and choose the right cloud for specific workload requirements. However,…

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How to be Prepared for a Cloud Outage in 2019
How to be Prepared for a Cloud Outage in 2019
By Zenlayer | March 21, 2019

Cloud outages can happen at any time. Equipment malfunctions, software bugs go undetected, natural disasters occur and unforeseen situations can hit your customers hard if you’re not well prepared to resolve the issue. Infrastructure is not fail-proof, and this is the case for even prominent cloud service providers like Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services.…

Cloud outages can happen at any time. Equipment malfunctions, software bugs go undetected, natural disasters occur and unforeseen situations can hit your customers hard if you’re not well prepared to resolve the issue. Infrastructure is not fail-proof, and this is the case for even prominent cloud service providers like Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services.…

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4 Tips to Control Public Cloud Spending
4 Tips to Control Public Cloud Spending
By Zenlayer | March 14, 2019

Public cloud adoption is exploding and promises a number of benefits, including reduced CAPEX and OPEX costs. However, without proper monitoring and the right processes in place, cloud spending can actually spiral out of control. Given that organizations that have done little or no cloud cost optimization can overspend by 70% and upward, according to…

Public cloud adoption is exploding and promises a number of benefits, including reduced CAPEX and OPEX costs. However, without proper monitoring and the right processes in place, cloud spending can actually spiral out of control. Given that organizations that have done little or no cloud cost optimization can overspend by 70% and upward, according to…

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