Inside IT: Developing a Hybrid Cloud Environment

November 20th, 2012 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 38 – More and more, Intel is offering consumer-facing web services, like the AppUp store. That creates new challenges – consumers expect web services to be always available, and demand for services can spike or drop without warning. To meet these challenges, Intel is exploring a hybrid cloud – a mix of public and private clouds. In this podcast we hear from Das Kamhout, Intel IT Cloud Lead Engineer. He talks about the process of deciding on a hybrid approach, the challenges it presented for Intel IT, and the way the hybrid cloud points Intel toward the future.

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