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Google cloud platform has come up with great innovations in the field of web development and storage. It allows you to develop your websites, applications,  data storage on the Google’s infrastructure. With Google cloud platform you can build your websites or applications faster without worrying about the scaling and servers. Google Cloud platform is like a big umbrella that composes of innumerable resources which make the computing, database management, storage and application development processes quite easier. Also Google assures reliability and robustness. The computing workloads are increasing day by day by leaps and bounds and therefore Google has introduced various cloud based services that run on its own infrastructure. The major features that Google cloud platform offers are: Google App Engine Google app engine is a web and app development stack which uses ... (more)

Moving to the Cloud: Key Considerations for Cloud Storage

This post is part of a series examining the issues involved when moving applications between internal data centers and public clouds. The true challenges in storage and data management in the cloud result from the diverse and often unfamiliar processes and infrastructures offered by the cloud providers, including: new provisioning methods, storage properties, data population and transfer, and systems for data management (snapshots, clones, replication, backup). The cloud providers define the relationship between servers and storage and often impose constraints on everything from ... (more)

ParaScale Cloud Storage Journal Launched on Ulitzer

ParaScale Cloud Storage Journal Launched today on Ulitzer. ParaScale cloud storage software clusters tens to hundreds of servers together to act as one giant file repository with massive capacity and parallel throughput for a variety of applications. Deployments can start at several terabytes and it is easy to scale the cloud capacity and performance by adding commodity hardware. Having shared access via a standard network and protocols, a single administrator can easily manage hundreds of servers, with the system automatically balancing out hot-spots and capacity utilization ac... (more)

How to Create a Custom Schedule with CloudBerry Backup

Enterprise Cloud Computing Track at Cloud Expo CloudBerry S3 Backup is a powerful Windows backup and restore that automate backup and restore processes to Amazon S3 cloud storage. With CloudBerry Backup GUI you can schedule backup plan to run at most every day at specified time. For most of the businesses and home users this is a reasonable default. However, sometimes you might need to schedule backup plan to run more frequently. Currently, you can’t do that using the console, but this is exactly the case where our command line interface and Windows Task Scheduler will help Reg... (more)

This Week in Cloud

Download our iPhone app New: Download the This Week in Cloud iPhone app. Now it’s even easier to get your weekly cloud news and perspectives. Cloud News The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released a finalized set of guidelines on cloud security. Read more in this InformationWeek article or read the guidelines at NIST.gov. Cloud computing provider Joyent recently raised $85 million in funding, according to this TechCrunch article. European group Weather Investment II was the main investor. SmartDataCenter, Joyent’s cloud software suite, is used worldwide by... (more)

Has Cloud Put a Dent in the Data Storage Market?

While many would say it’s not a matter of “if” but “when,” this week has sparked some storage industry experts to ponder whether the high-margin data storage market is beginning to feel the impact of cloud adoption. To elaborate, let me direct your attention to two of this week’s announcements. First, results from the IDC Worldwide Quarterly Disk Storage Systems Tracker for Q4 2011 indicate a slowdown in the growth of storage spending toward the end of last year. According to IDC, Q4 2011 saw a 3.5% increase in disk storage revenues as compared to Q4 2010. While this is far from... (more)