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5th Cloud Circle Forum

2011 May 24
by jonathon.wright

Venue: Park Plaza Hotel, Victoria

Date: 19th May 2011

Hot Topics: Hosting Round Table Discussion on “Testing in the Cloud”

  • Who is responsible for Quality of the cloud services?
  • Who should do the Testing of the cloud services?
  • What is the Standards for cloud services?

Above – our very own Gordon Marsh, TaaaS Blogger

Discussions -

“We have W3C for Websites compliance & regulations, so shouldnt we standard like WC3 for the Cloud?” Jonathon Wright @ Rhodes W1

“IBM are working with other cloud suppliers to establish standards for cloud service provider compliance.” IBM Representive

Google – More than 3 million businesses have “Gone Google” – Come along to an event near you in order to understand more about how Google Apps can help your employees to work in smarter and more effective ways. Click here to find out where your closest event is being held and book online.

IBM: The key to business success in a Cloud adoption is a robust, proven architecture… discover how to get Cloud Computing right by clicking here and gaining the essential facts you need.

InTechnology: How better to understand the tangible benefits of Cloud Computing than through a real life case study….discover how InTechnology is providing Phoenix Managed Networks the reliable, cost-effective data communications infrastructure required by its customers, along with a range of managed services. Please click here.

EMC: The business benefits of Cloud Computing are dramatic and achievable, but trust is still a stumbling block for many. ‘Building A Trusted Cloud: Deployment Strategies For Private And Hybrid Clouds’ will give you the knowledge to enable a trust-based Cloud to meet compliance, information protection and agility needs (addressed to CIOs, CSOs, and other C-level executives responsible for guiding their organisations to capitalise on the Cloud). Please click here to find out more.

Microsoft: Discover how Microsoft’s ‘Cloud-burst’ helped to clean up London’s streets in this unique report….Click here.

SunGard Availability Services: For all the talk of Cloud Computing – and there has been a lot – a number of concerns persist in the minds of executives considering adoption of this technology concept. At or near the top of the list of concerns is the question of information or data security; click here to learn more.

Zeus Technology: Zeus customers discuss their move from appliance-based to software-based application delivery in this thought provoking white paper, producing a competitive comparison based on a set of customer interviews. Click here to read the full story.