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In This HP Cloud Source Blog, HP Expert, Christian Verstraete will examine cloud computing challenges, discuss practical approaches to cloud computing and suggest realistic solutions.

HP Discover - Day 3 - Cloud is no longer at the center of the discussion

The one thing that hit me while talking to customers at Discover is that the discussion is no longer about cloud, It's no longer about whether to go to cloud or when to go to cloud, it's about how to get there. Infrastructure as a service is a given, the discussion moves to the applications, to the environments to transform and evolve them. I have never talked devops as much as these last three days. This is a fundamental shift. It demonstrates two things to me, first, cloud is going mainstream, and second, IaaS is quickly becoming a commodity.

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HP Discover Day 2: IT is definitely changing

Day 2 of HP discover in Barcelona is over. IT is fundamentally changing. Whether it is about Sprout, HP's new immersion PC, our 3D printer or the Machine, the next 3 to 5 years will fundamentally change the way both enterprises and consumers will interact with information technology. Interactions with customers confirmed the overall impression, IT is fundamentally changing, we are on a way to a different approach to information, functionality and services. And the journey is just starting.

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HP Discover - Day 1 - It's all about applications

Day 1 of HP Discover in Barcelona is over. It was all about applications and gave me a lot of ideas of future tweets. So, let me share with you quickly some of the ideas that were discussed, I'll spend some more time in teh future weeks to go in details and give you the analysis.

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Open a window in the clouds, dream up your future way of operations

Many companies are confronted with the need to reduce IT costs and improve responsiveness to business demand. In doing so they think about cloud computing as the magical solution that will address all needs. And yes, getting a server in the cloud for 3 cents per hour seems a dream. And being able to source as many as you need only adds to it. Unfortunately, the reality often turns out to be rather different. So, how can enterprises achieve their objectives while ensuring they can build the environment of the future?

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Transform your application management when taking apps to the Cloud

Over the last few months I have extensively discussed how to migrate applications to the cloud. It’s not one size fits all, and depending on how much you plan to take advantage of the Cloud, you will want adjust your approach. Should you take the opportunity of this migration to become more agile and respond faster to the demand of the business? How can you do that, and what will be the resulting benefits? Last week I had a lengthy discussion on this subject with one of my colleagues. Let me share what we came up with.

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  • Christian is responsible for building services focused on advising clients in their move to cloud, particularly from a business process and application perspective, and establishing a global community to deliver those services to our customers worldwide.
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