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Are you ready for networking in the cloud?

Jim Metzler | Nov. 1, 2011
The two primary forms of public cloud computing, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), are both growing dramatically in popularity. Over the last few years, the primary focus of the IaaS providers has been on offering the basic compute and storage resources required to run applications.

The research contained in our report indicates that the market is potentially approaching a fundamental shift in terms of how IT services are provided. The research indicates that IT organizations have a strong interest in obtaining many traditional IT services from a cloud vendor.

When evaluating these CNS solutions, the bare minimum that an IT organization needs to understand is the functionality that it provides. However, since CNS is another form of public cloud computing, IT organizations also need to determine if the CNS solution delivers on the promised benefits of public cloud computing while also eliminating, or at least minimizing, the negative aspects.


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