Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Concept of Mobile Data Centers

Data Center (DC) is becoming one of the main points of the efforts to increase energy efficiency in IT and telecommunications. “Green” technology increases the cooling efficiency, reduce losses and allow the use of alternative energy sources. In turn, this leads to a rapid replacement of traditional technologies in the data center to new, with… Read More »


vSphere: Virtualization From the Clouds

Cloud Computing today is very reminiscent to the real natural situation. We live on land with long-established IT infrastructure. And in the sky above us there is a cloud, which offer many benefits (which we confidently assure suppliers). But how to get up there, to enjoy all these benefits is not very clear. And it… Read More »


A Guide to Cloud Computing on Linux

Linux today represents a major economic force, with an ecosystem estimated about 25 billion dollars. Linux in practically is everywhere. When we do a Google search or read a book on the Kindle, Linux is that runs behind the scenes. Linux unequivocally demonstrated the potential of developing systems in a collaborative manner, which is the… Read More »


Important features of cloud web hosting services

To date, the cloud service includes three main features that distinguish it from the usual service: > Modal “resources on demand; > Elasticity or Scalability ; > Independence from the control infrastructure. To demonstrate the difference between normal hosting and cloud services provided by the hosting provider, in the conventional approach, the provider charges a… Read More »


What is the infrastructure of cloud computing?

Typically used today, the term “cloud computing” is applicable to any services that are provided through the Internet. These Internet services are also known as “cloud services“, and the infrastructure of cloud computing can be divided into three main categories: * Infrastructure as a service (Infrastructure as a Service, IaaS); * Platform as a service… Read More »


Installing and Launching the Hyper-V Management Snap-in

The snap-in is graphical in nature, it is not installed on the command-line based Windows Server 2008 Core installation. The Hyper-V Manager snap-in is installed by default when the Hyper-V role is installed on a Full Windows Server 2008 installation. The only way to manage Hyper-V on a Windows Server 2008 Core installation using the… Read More »


Hybrid Cloud Hosting ‘Green’ Future

In recent years, the number of companies seeking cloud computing is steadily growing. It is expected that 2011 will be a critical year, after which, in view of the apparent economic benefits, the transition to cloud computing will be massive. Companies that are not informed earlier about the benefits of cloud computing, or knowledgeable about… Read More »


Key Benefits of Microsoft Hyper – V server and new features of Microsoft Hyper – V Server

Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 contains just the Windows hypervisor and other kernel components to support virtualization. It is a simplified and optimized stand-alone server virtualization product.It easily plugs into customers’ IT existing environments leveraging their existing patching, provisioning, management and support tools and processes. ITPros can easily to leverage their existing knowledge and skills with… Read More »