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  • Cloud Cost Optimization

    Sponsored by: Embotics

    One of the most common public cloud concerns is how to track and control spending. This e-book discusses how a cloud management platform and other strategies can help to minimize public cloud costs.

  • Avoid Human Error with AWS CodeDeploy

    Sponsored by: Splunk

    Want to avoid human error in code deployment? This e-guide covers how you can effectively use AWS CodeDeploy to automate code deployment to your servers and committing avoid manual errors.

  • Monitoring AWS Comes Down to Tool Choice

    Sponsored by: Splunk

    AWS is introducing more features and services to make public cloud more easily manageable. This e-guide explores three of those services to help you get your hands around AWS security and resource configurations.

  • How Can We Automate with CloudWatch Events and Lambda?

    Sponsored by: Splunk

    AWS makes it possible for developers, architects and DevOps engineers to automate many tasks. Access this e-guide to learn how to utilize several AWS tools to automate your tasks and free up your IT team to focus on more valuable priorities.

  • The Right Tools Smooth the DevOps Transition

    Sponsored by: Splunk

    Before your DevOps team jumps on board with AWS, you need a full array of tools from either AWS or third parties. This e-guide covers how to avoid errors in releasing code in AWS, how to select the right combination of AWS and third party tools for your business needs, and more.

  • SD-WAN Connects Your Enterprise to AWS

    Sponsored by: AWS – Riverbed

    How does your organization connect with your cloud? There is an SD-WAN that delivers the connectivity your organization needs to stay in-sync with AWS. Take 1 minute to learn about an SD-WAN that provides single-click secure connectivity to and between Amazon VPCs.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to hybrid cloud

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Computer Weekly looks at how to find the best hybrid cloud provider for your organisation, the impact of hybrid cloud on the infrastructure manager and how Microsoft is catching up with the cloud market with Azure.

  • CW Special Report: Amazon Web Services (AWS)

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This 12 page special report gives you the key facts on Amazon Web Services (AWS), its cloud services, financial performance and strategy.

  • CW500: Back to the Future: Big Data at Channel 4

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Bob Harris, Chief Technology Officer of Channel 4 Television, explains the broadcaster's approach to big data in this presentation for Computer Weekly's 500 Club.

  • The reality behind the hype: Government cloud computing

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This article from Gartner offers advice to public sector organisations thinking of deploying cloud computing and assess the progress made by governments in their use of the cloud.

  • CRM Cloud Brochure

    Sponsored by: Infor

    What if you could combine the flexibility and rapid time-to-value of traditional SaaS solutions with the security and control of on-premise solutions? Read on to learn how to combine SaaS and on-premise CRM solutions and the myriad benefits this technology presents.

  • Don't Leave Legacy Apps Behind during an AWS Migration

    Sponsored by: New Relic

    The convenience and potential cost savings of AWS Elastic Compute Cloud is appealing, but the unknowns make many IT pros hesitate. Learn from this expert guide how to construct an AWS migration roadmap, and formulate a blueprint for understanding your apps to identify migration benefits and effect a smooth transition to AWS.

  • Getting Started with AWS EC2 Instances

    Sponsored by: SearchAWS

    Creating an Amazon Web Services EC2 instance is not especially complicated, but getting it right means configuring it properly.

  • Cloud Computing: Keeping Control Isn't Easy

    Sponsored by: SearchCloudComputing.com

    This e-book chapter covers infrastructure as a service and the benefits it can bring as well as the issues it can cause.

  • PUMA.com Migrates to a Eucalyptus On-premise Cloud

    Sponsored by: Eucalyptus Systems

    This essential case study explores how PUMA, a leading sport lifestyle company, leveraged cloud computing to meet unpredictable Web traffic demands and support online marketing efforts. Read on to explore the open source IaaS software platform that helped the company build a solid foundation for the hybrid cloud.

  • Cornell University Powers Red Cloud Infrastructure as a Service with Eucalyptus

    Sponsored by: Eucalyptus Systems

    This case study explores how the Cornell Center for Advanced Computing (CAC) successfully leveraged an open source on-premise IaaS cloud software platform to build its on-demand research computing service, Red Cloud.

  • A Strategy for Delivering Workloads Between On-premise Eucalyptus IaaS and AWS

    Sponsored by: Eucalyptus Systems

    This essential resource explores a new agreement between Amazon Web Services (AWS) and an open source, on-premise private cloud IaaS provider that promises to ease workload migration challenges when transitioning from existing data centers to the cloud. Learn more about these services in an exclusive Q&A session.

  • Global Fashion Brand Finds Savings and Speed with Amazon Web Services for SAP

    Sponsored by: Run E2E

    Kenneth Cole Productions Inc. decided to take advantage of the scalability of cloud resources provided on demand by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the self-service reporting of SAP BusinessObjects 4.0. Read this brief case study to learn about the combined Proof of Concept that completed these initiatives in three weeks for less than $500.

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