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cloud computing

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The use of services made available on the internet for storing data and running software programs. Cloud computing replaces many of the traditional functions of the personal computer.

cloud computing

n
a model of computer use in which services stored on the internet are provided to users on a temporary basis
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I feel obliged to offer great pricing on the bare-metal server as a part of our Dedicated December campaign.
A leader in composable infrastructure, Liqid enables users to configure and manage physical, bare-metal server systems in seconds.
A provider of composable infrastructure, Liqid enables users to configure and manage physical, bare-metal server systems in seconds.
Server High Availability: In the case of hardware failure, a server's infrastructure state (IO addressing, storage naming, network topology and workload) can be re-instantiated on another bare-metal server.
A Converged Infrastructure can re-create a physical server (or virtual host) as well as its networking and storage configuration on any 'cold' bare-metal server.
Newly Added Functions in JP1 vSphere ESXi hypervisor for private cloud Resources can be flexibly and speedily changed and managed with vSphere ESXi installed on an Enterprise Cloud bare-metal server.
NTT Com delivers the service as a SAP HANA set based on Tailored Datacenter Integration (TDI), using SAP HANA Menu installed on a bare-metal server on its Enterprise Cloud, and NFS-compatible file storage, offering speedy processing of volumetric files.
To develop the SoftLayer bare-metal server, IBM and SoftLayer worked closely with fellow OpenPOWER Foundation members TYAN, a provider of advanced server/workstation platforms, and Mellanox Technologies, a leading supplier of InfiniBand and Ethernet solutions.
The solution will see IBM Cloud and IT Easy rapidly replace Acrows aged hosted environment with IBM Cloud including pre-integration with VMware software on IBMs bare-metal servers.
The database can be deployed to bare-metal servers, virtual machines, or cloud infrastructure.
as "containerisation" also allow virtual machines or bare-metal servers to be
Red Hat customers have the flexibility to run their applications in environments that span from bare-metal servers, to virtualized servers, to public clouds - and this additional support will broaden their deployment choices even further.