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5 Big Myths about managing Applications in the Cloud

5 cloud.jpgBy:  John Wink, Application Services Solutioning Lead, Hewlett Packard Company 

Featuring:  Doug Longer, Applications Management Consultant, Hewlett Packard Company 

 

Link to article:  5 big myths about managing Applications in the Cloud

 

As IT organizations move to Cloud computing, many are surprised by the impact it has on the management of their applications.  This is often because the term Cloud represents a style of IT computing that can take on many different forms.  As such, a number of myths have emerged about how Cloud impacts Applications Management.  Debunking these myths will give you the insight to be successful in your move to the Cloud.

 

HP’s Doug Longer has exposed the Five Big Myths about Managing Applications in the Cloud.  He identifies the reality of how important Applications Management is to achieving your Cloud goals.

 

Please take a few moments to read this important article.

 

Link to article:  5 big myths about managing Applications in the Cloud

 

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About the authors

 

doug longer.jpgDoug Longer, Applications Management Consultant, Hewlett Packard Company

Doug has 28 years of applications management and development experience. He has an extensive Next Generation Applications Management background with consulting across many different industries and accounts. Doug’s previous applications management roles include code developer, project manager, production support manager and program manager leading diverse onshore and offshore teams.  

 

 

 

 

 

John Wink 3-2013 - Copy2.jpgJohn Wink, Application Services Solutioning Lead, Hewlett Packard Company

John has over 27 years of experience in the IT services industry supporting multiple industries and technologies.  His current role is to align and configure HP Application Services in order to fulfill client requirements and achieve their objectives.

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