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3 tips for negotiating with your public cloud providers
November 24, 2018 12:01 am|Comments (0)

The last time you renewed or got a new contract in place with a big pubic cloud provider, how did your negotiations go? For most enterprises this past year, such negotiations did not go very far. These days, the amount of money on the table is much larger, and the public cloud providers are starting to negotiate more like enterprise software providers—like IBM, Oracle, Adobe, and SAP—than like public cloud utilities.

So, I am commonly asked, “How do I negotiate with my cloud provider when they already know that I’m dependent on them as my cloud platform of choice?”

Here are three tips that will give you some advantages, even if your back is up against the cloud wall.

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Cloud Outages | All Providers Aren't Created Equal
December 24, 2016 12:43 am|Comments (0)

Translated, that means the main Amazon Web Service (AWS) cloud computing service was down just 2.01 hours in 2014. AWS’ “S3” cloud storage …


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Cloud Outages | All Providers Aren’t Created Equal
December 23, 2016 12:43 pm|Comments (0)

Translated, that means the main Amazon Web Service (AWS) cloud computing service was down just 2.01 hours in 2014. AWS’ “S3” cloud storage …

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CloudLinux launches KuberDock, Allows Hosting Providers to Start Selling …
March 16, 2016 2:55 pm|Comments (0)

loudLinux, the maker of the leading hosting OS powering more than 20 million websites, today announced the launch of the KuberDock platform that allows hosting providers to deploy dockerized applications and offer them to customers in just two hours

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