Leveraging A Dynamic Application Infrastructure For Effective Private Cloud Computing
Common to all cloud computing models is the expectation that they will reduce costs, provide faster time to value, and improve reliability. These potential benefits have riveted the attention of IT executives as a way to control IT costs while improving service levels. Despite the attention garnered by the public cloud, persistent concerns over security, availability, and licensing expense cause many organizations to seek cloud benefits by turning to private clouds. The opportunity to improve efficiency and time to value through a private cloud is clearly illustrated when looking at the applications, deployment middleware, and subsystems that automate the operations of a business.