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Industrializing Testing Services for SaaS Products

Software as a service is a key component today of every enterprise application outsourcing strategy. Smart testing with the right blend of depth and speed is the cornerstone of successfully testing SaaS applications. Reap the benefits of SaaS products by creating an effective, reusable strategy.

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Deepika Mamnani
Hooray for the Application Programming Interface

Have you ever wondered why there do not seem to be any new computer and network standards? Standards are still alive and well, but for the most part they have been replaced with application programming interfaces, which offer more flexibility in addition to being faster and easier to implement.

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Beth Cohen
Managed Hosting Services: The Next IT Dinosaur?

For years, specialized data center management companies packaged collocation and managed hosting services for their customers. Long the bread and butter of many data centers, is there still a place for managed hosting services now that public cloud IaaS is a well-established $13 billion industry?

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Beth Cohen
Application and System Orchestration with Evolving Cloud Architectures

As the cloud industry matures, it is finally poised for the next generation of cloud architectures based on innovative orchestration tools and service overlays designed to provide organizations more flexibility and more choices than ever before for building cloud applications and infrastructures.

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Beth Cohen
The Dangers of Circumventing IT to Access the Cloud

Being able to directly connect to the cloud for software solutions allows professionals in every department to take information systems out of the equation in many technology decisions. But these "shadow IT" projects can leave them open to security breaches, especially on mobile devices. Read on.

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Kirill Bensonoff
Are You Rethinking Cloud Network Access?

Are you worried about your cloud resources network security? Is accessing your SaaS CRM system over the Internet just not reliable enough to meet your required customer SLAs and business objectives? We all know public cloud services—love them or hate them—have some glaring deficiencies.

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Beth Cohen
The Dirty Secret about Cloud Service Level Agreements

Has your cloud service provider had an outage that affected your users or business? If so, you are not alone. As more companies turn to the cloud for its flexibility, cloud service providers owe it to their customers to provide services to match reasonable expectations for quality and reliability.

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Beth Cohen
Cloud Application Migration—It’s the Network, Stupid

SaaS and IaaS vendors are looking for solutions to facilitate customer on-boarding, while customers are looking for ways to minimize vendor lock-in. Why have these services been so slow to mature? The functionality is much needed as more workloads are migrating or being built directly in the cloud.

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Beth Cohen