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12 Oct 2013

The Commission members of the MSPAlliance, are very eager to roll up our sleeves and do what we can to tackle the issues of trust, transparency and standards as it pertains to security, data storage and privacy in our global industry, Stephan Tallent, Director of MSSPs Americas, Fortinet said. I look forward to working with my fellow Commission members, as well as member of the MSPAlliance Board, to make this happen. The first tasks of the Commission will be to address globally accepted standards on data privacy, transparency and security, as well as develop marketing strategies around security and privacy for cloud and managed service provider environments. These strategies would be focused on the channel, as well as the end-user. Transparency in cloud contracts is an essential step in ensuring cloud services are more secure, according to a recent report by Gartner.

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API Management-Amazon-VPC We believe our hybrid cloud solution with NetApp is a perfect marriage for our customers and channel partners. Everyone wins with EVault and NetApp." EVault Storage Cloud for NetApp is a cloud service capable of supporting both NetApp FlexPod Datacenter and FlexPod Express customers and offers them integrated cloud data protection. EVault Storage Cloud for NetApp has been designed to be a highly reliable and secure solution for FlexPod customers and is available in a cost-effective and pay-as-you-grow service model and does not requires customers to make any upfront costs. The company boasts that NetApp FlexPod customers can benefit from 49 percent savings when using the solution as opposed to other on-premises OPEX( News - Alert )/CAPEX solutions. Greg Schulz, founder and senior advisor, StorageIO said, "With growing skills gap, budgets under pressure and IT needing to do more year after year, the EVault and NetApp partnership couldn't come at a better time.

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EVault Delivers Market Leading Cloud Data Protection Service for NetApp, Joins NetApp Service Provider Partner Program

It will also play a role in the development of Oranges cloud computing products and support the Oranges own IT operations. Orange represents the division of France Telecom that provides mobile telephony, and all broadband and business connectivity services. Known as Normandie, the new data center includes 5,000 sq m (approx. 53,800 sq ft) of space for infrastructure in a 16,000 sq m (approximately 172,000 sq ft) building in Val-de-Reuil, France. Orange has 16 data center sites in France and more than 50 around the world. The data center will be making extensive use of outside air cooling to avoid air-conditioning use, and it has the distinction of being the largest data center in France to use free cooling. Orange anticipates this data center to play a crucial role in increases in networks data traffic and the development of future cloud computing services.

Orange Builds Data Center in Support of Hosting, Cloud Computing Efforts

Everyone wins with EVault and NetApp." "With growing skills gap, budgets under pressure and IT needing to do more year after year, the EVault and NetApp partnership couldn't come at a better time. This hybrid cloud data protection solution should help NetApp customers alter their investment profile from pure capital to more of an operating or OPEX model that are part of driving return on innovation, the new ROI. This delivers both strategic and tactical ROI value for IT customers to make more effective use of resources while focusing more on core business by leveraging EVault to manage their data storage in its cloud. This could be a big and interesting game changer for both companies to drive return on innovation vs. just return on investment if executed in the right way," said Greg Schulz, Founder and Senior Advisor, StorageIO. EVault Storage Cloud for NetApp takes advantage of NetApp's proven and reliable snapshot and replication technologies for data protection to EVault's secure multi-tenant storage cloud. Providing speed and simplicity for data backup and recovery, NetApp(R) replication technologies leverages block-level incremental replication and NetApp(R) Snapshot(R) copies for reliable, low-overhead disk-to-disk (D2D) data protection.

EVault Introduces Its EVault Storage Cloud - Data Protection Service for NetApp

What you want is a mashed-up, filtered subset. Worse, authentication for this data is also based on different types of credentials, such as a username/password or Kerberos ticket. Youve considered custom development work to bring together these services to expose an API, and youve also considered trying to parse, transform and filter the data on the client, but you feel the app experience would be negatively impacted due to client performance. Each alternative is wrought with development costs. What to do? Expose the API through a gateway. Expressway API Manager can easily expose a mobile ready API from existing middleware and services To test it out, you can load sample responses from your services directly into Expressway, and design a proof-of-concept in the cloud. When you are read to move to production you can either migrate your applications to the public cloud or stand-up a gateway in your internal network.

Orange builds datacentre in Normandy to boost cloud services

Orange-store-France-290x230.jpg The facility is designed to help Orange meet the growing demand for hosted data and accelerate the deployment of the cloud computing architectures of tomorrow, the company said. More datacentre energy efficiency tips How Facebook makes its datacentres green The company selected the Normandy region to host the new datacentre because of the number of advantages the region offers, such as weather conditions that will help the company use free-air cooling a datacentre cooling technique that helps enterprises optimise energy consumption in datacentres and helps reduce power consumption from mechanical cooling equipment such as air-conditioning units . Free-air cooling also helps enterprises cut carbon emissions from their IT infrastructure. The Normandy Orange datacentre uses the ambient air to cool the computer equipment for 11 months in a year, thereby reducing the use of artificial air-conditioning for more than 80% of the year, according to the company. The Orange datacentre has become one of the biggest IT facilities in France to use free-air cooling.



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