Understanding Enterprise Cloud Management
March 1st, 2012 By: Michael Potts
Enterprises experience a different set of difficulties when dealing with cloud management than the web companies that first created the approach. While these companies must focus on taking a few workloads and scaling each across hundreds of servers, enterprises must manage many different workloads, most of which require only one server. Cloud governance has become essential for maintaining control over an increasingly complex and integrated system, services, and human resource environment.
This white paper from enStratus Networks teaches the basics of enterprise cloud computing, and the benefits of the system. Firstly, it explores who is managing your cloud applications, discussing what to look for from enterprise cloud governance. Next, it describes how to effectively manage your cloud applications using autoscaling, automated recovery, and automated backups. Lastly, it lists the freedoms brought about by introducing cloud computing, and gives examples of enterprise cloud management use.
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