Watch This Week in Cloud (5of6) - Cloud Application Modeling, Portability, Performance with Raf Los

Join HP's Chief Software Evangelist, Paul Muller (@xthestreams), and Raf Los (@wh1t3rabbit) in the fifth of six deep dive videos into cloud computing. In the first part of this short video, Raf discusses the four steps to managing and securing the cloud.

     1. Create a model (in other words, a template-driven approach)

     2. Automate

     3. Make it portable

     4. Monitor it with real-time risk and performance indicators

 

In addition, the two IT experts talk about application build, replication and deployment automation as well as how to maintain integrity in the service delivery. Raf explains how a template-driven model helps with application portability. Finally the video concludes with a discussion of the importance of real-time risk, security, and performance indicators.

 

 

Related links:

HP Converged Cloud technical white paper

HP Converged Cloud business white paper

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Register for HP Discover Vegas 2012

To read more about HP Converged Cloud, go to www.hp.com/go/cloud 

To learn more about HP public cloud services, visit www.hpcloud.com

For more videos like this, visit www.hp.com/go/backstage

Read more from Rafal Los (@wh1t3rabbit) at the HP Enterprise Security Blog, Following the White Rabbit - Security & Risk through a new looking glass: http://hp.com/go/white-rabbit

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pWRASjWbJA

 

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