Cloud Computing for the Enterprise-- Part 3: Using WebSphere CloudBurst to Create Private Clouds

Cloud Computing for the Enterprise-- Part 3: Using WebSphere CloudBurst to Create Private Clouds

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Data center cost is comprised of three main components: hardware, physical costs (such as power and cooling), and administrative management. Among the three, the administrative and management cost component accounts for a significant portion of the overall ongoing cost. As such, removing manual processes, errors, and repetition is a great way to reduce and control IT costs. By leveraging virtualization and cloud computing principles, WebSphere CloudBurst provides the capability to efficiently use a shared resource pool -- a private cloud -- to reduce infrastructure costs.

Read this article to get an introduction to WebSphere CloudBurst and WebSphere Application Server Hypervisor Edition and discover how these new offerings bring the significant advantages of private cloud computing to WebSphere enterprise environments.

Vendor:
IBM
Posted:
21 Sep 2010
Published
21 Sep 2010
Format:
HTML
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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