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Private Cloud Computing: Uses, Benefits, and Required Architecture
by Dell, Inc. and Intel

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Published on: March 18, 2011
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Format: Unknown
Length: 5 pages
Price: FREE

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With the advent of cloud computing, IT administrators will soon find themselves managing a portfolio of compute models made up of traditional, virtualized, and public and private cloud environments, with each model matched to an appropriate set of applications. Although the majority of computing today falls within the traditional and virtualized models, private clouds will grow to be the largest component in the portfolio over the next three to five years. Read on to learn the benefits that the private cloud model offers, plus learn about Dell’s next generation architecture for the cloud.

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