vCloud Director: Networking Overview

Written by Joe Kozlowicz on Wednesday, August 29th 2012 — Categories: Cloud Hosting, VMware, FAQs

Setting up networking is the step that we receive the most questions about when customers are new to the vCloud environment.  We’re currently working on a video tutorial that will further help clients with the steps of setting up networking.  In the meantime, here is an overview of the types of networking available and the tabs that you’ll find when you are configuring your network.

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Cloud Servers Offer Burstability

Written by Joe Kozlowicz on Wednesday, August 22nd 2012 — Categories: Cloud Hosting

What the heck is burstability?

Have you seen cloud hosting companies buzzing about the cloud being burstable and wondered what the heck that means? Come on, raise your hands. Burstability seems most often used when discussing cloud hosting for small and medium-sized businesses. This marketing term actually has great benefit. It is definitely worth learning more about, especially if you are a small or medium-sized company.

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Public Cloud vs Private Cloud: Which One Is Right for You?

Written by Joe Kozlowicz on Wednesday, August 15th 2012 — Categories: Cloud Hosting

Deciding to go with a public or private cloud? It can be a big decision. Here is some basic information that might help when trying to figure it out. It is simply defining the terms and offering some questions to ask yourself about your company.

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Why Cloud Servers Are Greener

Written by Joe Kozlowicz on Wednesday, August 8th 2012 — Categories: Cloud Hosting, Green Data Center

You may have heard that a cloud server platform is more eco-friendly than a traditional server platform, but why is that? What does that really boil down to for energy and cost savings?

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What is a Green Data Center?

Written by Joe Kozlowicz on Wednesday, August 1st 2012 — Categories: Green Data Center

The top question that we regularly hear is “What is a green data center?” With data centers now being one of the highest consumers of energy, they are likely to be one of the greatest costs for an enterprise. Our goal is not only to be greener than most data centers, but to also cost less.

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