The Role of the Operating System in Cloud Environments

The Role of the Operating System in Cloud Environments


Cloud computing is a technology deployment approach that has the potential to help organizations better use IT resources to increase flexibility and performance.

One of the most important ways to support the underlying complexity of well-managed cloud computing resources is through the operating system. Operating systems such as Linux are designed to support these requirements so that cloud services and application services do not have to recreate underlying technologies tailored for each specific deployment.

Download this exclusive whitepaper today and discover the crucial elements you need to consider to create an operationally sophisticated hybrid cloud computing environment.

Red Hat
10 Dec 2013
31 Dec 2011
7 Page(s)
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