Industry Perspectives: Intel, Avocent, C7 Data Centers

In this week's Industry Perspectives, Bob Deutsche of Intel looks at cloud complexity, David Richardson of Avocent/Emerson Network Power discusses key steps in planning a cloud deployment, and Nathan Hatch of C7 Data Centers discusses site location and cloud reliability.

Colleen Miller

October 23, 2011

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The Industry Perspectives channel at Data Center Knowledge highlights thought leadership in the data center arena, providing industry professionals with the opportunity to share their insight and expertise. Here's a recap of this week's Perspectives:

  • Cloud is More a Verb than a Noun - Bob Deutsche from Intel says that moving to the cloud is a complex process that takes the alignment of many moving parts. In other words, the cloud is more of a verb than a noun.

  • Conducting a Cloud Planning Analysis - David Richardson, of Emerson Network Power’s Avocent, writes about getting ready for cloud, and why it’s important to first evaluate the viability of a cloud deployment and conduct a thoughtful cloud planning analysis.

  • Cloud Computing: Could Your Cloud Dissipate? - Nathan Hatch, President of C7 Data Centers, explains one of the central tenants of cloud computing: namely, where is my cloud and why should I care about its location?

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