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There are many reasons to consider "location" and "borders" in cloud computing. Unfortunately, how governments perceive those concepts versus how networks do can be at odds.
Infrastructure 2.0 is a movement to address issues with today's core network infrastructure in addressing the dynamic, automated nature of operations models like cloud computing.
At IT conferences this summer, sessions focused on virtualization technologies are garnering more interest than those on cloud computing. What does this mean?
In a joint demonstration at CeBit, IBM researchers previewed a technology to enable live movement of SAP application workloads across remote cloud data centers.
Moving workloads across data center, organizational boundaries require a bandwidth level few understand today, but service providers investing wisely will profit greatly from "Intercloud."
The members of the Cloud Computing Interoperability Forum have created a Web site for a Universal Cloud Interface and provided some insight into its use of Semantic Web-inspired concepts.
Tremendous opportunity and innovation has been delivered by self-service cloud platforms. But this shift will be peanuts compared to a great technological transition now in the works.