Inside IT: Making Private-Public Cloud Decisions on the Way to a Hybrid Cloud

December 2nd, 2014 | | 6:53
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IT Best Practices: Episode 89 – The enterprise has more options than ever when it comes to cloud computing. Intel corporation is four years into its transition to a private-public-hybrid cloud hosting model. Intel IT’s role in this transition is critical. In this podcast we hear from Kevin Bleckmann, Cloud Broker for Intel IT. He tells about the current mix of private and public cloud usage at Intel, what IT looks for in a public cloud broker, and where Intel is headed in its cloud evolution – a fully federated, interoperable, open hybrid cloud.

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