Build Your Private Cloud in a Month


As with my other research on the Cloud, I tend to lead towards implementable strategies regards the Cloud. The article below details an interesting implementable Cloud strategy.

Private Cloud is not a product, but rather an approach for designing, implementing and managing your servers, applications and data center resources by reducing complexity, increasing standardization and automation, and provide elasticity – the ability to easily scale your data center up, down, in or out – to support evolving business and technical requirements.

Private Cloud applies the same principles used for scaling and managing the world’s largest public clouds to your private data center environment.  Now, you can have your very own cloud!

Week-by-week, we walk through the steps to envision, plan and implement your very own Private Cloud to take your existing data center to the next level and give you the tools and time back in your day for improving IT services and being able to change and shift with your business / IT needs.

Below is the weekly breakdown of each topic that we’ve written in this series to help you build your own Private Cloud.  Be sure to bookmark this page and check back daily to progress through building your Private Cloud this month!

WEEK 1 – Build Your Private Cloud Foundation with Windows Server 2012

WEEK 2 – Building Your Private Cloud Fabric with System Center 2012 SP1

WEEK 3 – Configuring and Optimizing Your Private Cloud with System Center 2012 SP1

WEEK 4 – Deploying and Servicing Applications in Your Private Cloud with System Center 2012 SP1

Congratulations! Your Private Cloud is built.

Referenced article @ http://bigdata.sys-con.com/node/2638689

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