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  • NAB private Cloud builds new paradigm: Part 3

    The development of a greenfield private Cloud is facilitating NAB’s IT revolution, but compared with more traditional banking platforms the new technologies is not without challenges.

    Written by Rodney Gedda15 April 11 17:33
  • NAB private Cloud builds new paradigm: Part 2

    A three-year journey in fundamental technology and business architecture design has resulted in a private Cloud at National Australia Bank that may eventually be used to host all its applications and services.

    Written by Rodney Gedda15 April 11 16:04
  • NAB private Cloud builds new paradigm: Part I

    A three-year journey in fundamental technology and business architecture design has resulted in a private Cloud at National Australia Bank that may eventually be used to host all its applications and services.

    Written by Rodney Gedda15 April 11 15:56
  • How Not to Build a Cloud

    The metaphor of cloud computing may go all the way back to mainframe computing, though some cloud gurus heartily dispute that view. Still, the implementation is new and complex enough that many of the basic rules are still being set, according to analysts and IT departments building heavy-duty cloud infrastructures.

    Written by Kevin Fogarty15 April 10 05:57
  • Private clouds? A walk in the park

    With a jurisdiction that covers nearly 4 million hectares, Parks Victoria is the central authority in Victoria for the management of natural areas across the state. The information systems requirements at Parks Victoria were becoming increasingly demanding, and a recent implementation of a virtualised private cloud has set the stage for rapid growth.

    Written by Rodney Gedda07 April 10 07:10
  • How to Plan Your Cloud Computing Mix

    Experienced CIOs have learned the hard way that achieving tangible benefits early in the technology lifecycle is no easy matter--whether its OO, CMMI, ITIL or SOA. Cloud computing shows promise and demands attention, but the related hoopla needs to be tempered with a good dose of business sense. The cloud, regardless of its variety, should never be considered an all-or-nothing proposition.

    Written by Chris Curran20 Oct. 09 09:32
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