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Cloud Computing Technology – Part 2 (Future of Network)


China building GFW-free cloud computing zone for tech companies and startup


Local Chinese press Southern Weekend reports that China is building a ‘cloud computing’ Special Administrative Region (SAR), a special hi-tech industrial zone for tech companies and startups to have complete, uncensored access to the Internet.

The Cloud SAR is a RMB 1 billion ($US 154m) project being built in Chongqing, south-western China. Perhaps the most noteworthy feature of this industrial zone is that it will be free from China’s infamous Internet-filtering system so as to enable tech companies to be on par with the developments around the world in cloud computing. It will be using an Internet connection that is isolated from the mainland network so no data would have to go through the Great Firewall of China.

Sounds too good to be true, right? Because it is. And it doesn’t come without a big “but”. According to the report, this place will strictly be exclusive to foreigners and no local Chinese enterprises will be allowed. In fact, Chinese citizens are not allowed to enter the area, and the working employees will have to pass through strict security checks before entering their workplace.

Cloud computing is becoming popular around the world, with US and European companies locating servers in Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and India to reduce costs. China, although popular for its cheap labor, couldn’t take advantage of the cloud computing business due to the restrictions on Internet access.

The Chinese Government has approved a Special Administrative Region in order to build an international data center hub. Foreign investors can carry out offshore operations in the SAR with unrestricted Internet access and unlike in other parts of China can hold 100% of the company’s shares.

IT Forecast: Increasing Cloudiness


If you think cloud computing will become a major factor in IT of the future, you’re not alone. With more cloud providers on the scene than ever before, plus a plethora of new mobile end user devices such as iPad and other tablets and iPhone and other smartphones, users can now be more productive on the go than ever before. Now, a new survey by IDC/IDG Enterprise shows increasing cloudiness ahead as IT executives say they believe the cloud will significantly impact IT organizations, IT vendors and enterprises. Many of the concerns around cloud computing today will ultimately become catalysts for the move to the cloud. Here’s a look at what IT decision makers had to say about cloud trends in the immediate future.
Almost 80 percent of IT executives said that cloud service brokers that provide integration, management, security and other services across public cloud offerings will emerge as powerful industry players by 2015.

6 Questions To Ask Before Moving To Cloud Computing


  • Bigger Isn’t Always Better: Research cloud service providers and you’ll find many large companies staking their claim on an increasingly crowded cloud market. The service provider’s reputation and how long they have been offering cloud services should trump size. Look for a cloud specialist with reputable technology that knows the industry inside out.
  • Understand Your Security Needs: There has been much hype surrounding the security of the cloud, but there is very little difference between the trust you place in your ISP and your other technology providers. With that in mind, every organization’s security needs and expectations are different so it’s important to understand how the vendor can meet those needs. Check the vendor’s references and investigate case studies with organizations similar to your own.
  • Know the Basics of Data Back-up: Know how the cloud provider backs up data and in the worst-case scenario, what would happen if they went out of business or if you wanted to move data to another provider. Get a feel for the provider’s storage reputation, the number and location of their data centers and redundancy of their infrastructure.
  • Secure Good SLAs: Industry certifications capture a moment in time and don’t necessarily indicate good performance. The best way to ensure good service is with solid Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with clear contractual language. Look for vendors who publish their performance and have clear financial penalties for underperformance.
  • Evaluate Customer Service Standards: The best customer service departments for cloud services are staffed with cloud specialists who are available 24×7. Ensure that your chosen vendor’s customer service specialists can meet your organization’s needs.
  • Test the Service: A key advantage of SaaS is that it makes it easy to deploy a free trial and most vendors offer this to those considering their services. Start small with the trial and once satisfied, you can expand the service to include confidential data and other mission-critical systems.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/6-questions-to-ask-before-moving-to-cloud-computing-2011-6#ixzz1Q1BBWKij

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Practical Analysis: The Great Myth Of Cloud Computing


By Art Wittmann InformationWeek
June 17, 2011 03:00 PM

It’s like exercising and eating better: You know you should do it, yet there’s always something going on that prevents you from making it a priority. Data center automation has been on the minds of IT pros since the computer was invented, but as much as everyone knows it’s needed, most of us never get around to implementing it.

What’s remarkable is the degree to which we haven’t implemented automation over the past two years, particularly given the deafening buzz about cloud this and cloud that. As we scrape off the marketing dross around cloud computing, what we’re left with most of the time is outsourcing, and data center automation on top of virtualization. MORE

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THE LOST RACE . . .

‘I woke up one day and I
realized that the race that
I’d been running has already
finished and I’ve been left
far behind. Now, I have a
long way to go. I ran but
the path blurs and the poor
world spins madly.

I am now defeated, I am now
lost somwhere in hell. Now,
I AM A SHADOW MAN.

My aim is too big and that
my arms are too short to
grab it’
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THE LOST RACE . . .
‘I woke up one day and I
realized that the race that
I’d been running has already
finished and I’ve been left
far behind. Now, I have a
long way to go. I ran but
the path blurs and the poor
world spins madly.

I am now defeated, I am now
lost somwhere in hell. Now,
I AM A SHADOW MAN.

My aim is too big and that
my arms are too short to
grab it’
DEADBJ_BIJAY


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