In the next few years, cloud computing will become increasingly valuable to companies whose business is particularly dependent on their technology assets. This trend will be notably pronounced for enterprises that confront variable and/or unpredictable computing workloads. In addition, many organizations will embrace cloud computing as a way to increase the return on investment of their internal computational resources. A substantial number of these companies will elect to solely utilize public cloud computing solutions to meet their needs.
However, for a variety of well-justified motivations, many other enterprises will resolve to deploy their own, private cloud computing infrastructure. Some will go a step further and assemble hybrid cloud environments that blur the lines between public and private clouds. In this presentation, Rob Schneider will explore the three main cloud computing models -- the public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid model.
You will also be provided with some guidance on identifying the ideal option to meet your organization's own specific needs.
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Robert D. Schneider is a senior consultant and trainer. He has provided distributed computing, database optimization, and other technical expertise to a wide variety of enterprises in the financial, technology, and government sectors.Clients have included Chase Manhattan Bank, VISA, HP, S.W.I.F.T., and the governments of the United States, Brazil, and Malaysia. Robert has written six books and numerous articles on advanced technical topics such as Cloud Computing, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), open source, and relational database design/optimization. He is a frequent organizer and presenter at technology industry events, worldwide.