Useful cloud computing information
It is generally agreed that the trend towards cloud computing is causing energy consumption to rise worldwide. But if cloud applications are operated via sustainable data centers, the energy efficiency of IT operations can be significantly improved.
Cloud migration made easy: With the Cloud Topology Designer, applications can be quickly deployed in the cloud – using the drag & drop method. Once designed, an application can also be used in multi-cloud operations.
Fake or real? Many companies adorn their products and solutions with the term artificial intelligence. But are all these applications actually AI? And how do you expose false advertising? Ralf Hülsmann from the AI team at T-Systems explains.
The Open Telekom Cloud will in future rely exclusively on the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor. All disk- intensive and high-performance flavors based on Xen will be phased out by the end of August 2020. Why companies should switch to KVM flavors in good time.
A guide to the hybrid cloud: The new white paper reveals what companies should be aware of when building and operating hybrid cloud infrastructures, shows application examples and helps with the correct dimensioning of resources.
Open interfaces, deployment methods, container solutions: Discussions about deployment scenarios and migration strategies dominated the Deutsche OpenStack Tage conference in Berlin. One of the key takeaways: Employees and reliability play an important role for the success of an OpenStack project.
High-performance computing (HPC) solves complex problems in an extremely short time. Companies have the choice between several methods that have different advantages and disadvantages. HPC expert Alfred Geiger provides guidance and shows which technology is best suited for different needs.
If you want to use hybrid cloud infrastructures, you need the appropriate expertise to set up and operate them – but not necessarily in-house. With the Open Telekom Cloud Hybrid Solution, Telekom offers a fully managed hybrid cloud solution that frees companies from cumbersome standard tasks.
From predictive maintenance and autonomous industrial trucks to automated real-time quality control, edge computing offers countless possibilities. In combination with the public cloud, the performance and range of applications increase significantly. And all at a low cost.
The trend towards the hybrid cloud continues: According to IDG Research, around half of all companies will have a hybrid cloud architecture within two years. These eight examples show how companies will benefit from the hybrid cloud.