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Testing potentially new therapeutics in humans is an expensive process requiring three clinical stages, the setup and management of numerous clinical sites globally, and the recruitment of thousands of patients. Planning the distribution of clinical supplies, submission of regulatory documents, and clinical data management activities are examples of some of the tasks involved throughout the [...]
Cloud computing got a boost in APAC region, when Japan, China, South Korea and India invested considerable amounts of money into various cloud deployments, estimated to about $2 bln dollars.
In the cloud, as in your investment portfolio, diversification is a good thing. The existence of multiple service providers with the ability to offer consistent software solutions and a solid infrastructure stack is a tremendous benefit to application developers, ISVs, telcos, MSPs and hosting services. In this talk, Joyent CEO David Young, will expose the [...]
Cloud Computing has become the hottest buzzword in the IT industry, every major company, from Google, Oracle, Microsoft, Amazon to numerous start ups are offering Cloud services of some kind. With the increasing number of services and the economic advantages of moving to the ‘Cloud’ businesses are baffled to decide the right cloud solution that [...]
Service Providers, be it Independent Software Vendors or Telecom Service Providers are having their ecosystems shaken up with the advent of cloud computing. Combined pressures of customer demand based pull and cloud vendor supply based push are setting up the field for interesting times ahead. ISVs looking to embrace the cloud to sell software are [...]
Current computing products are generally location specific, enhancing the ability of governments to enact regulations representing their national priorities. This, in turn, provides contractual certainty to users of computing resources who can reasonably anticipate which laws will apply to their contracts, and analyze risk pertinent to their transactions. In contrast, cloud computing in its fullest [...]
Authors: Premsankar G, Sasikala R and Dr.Duraiswamy K, Cloud Usergroup India. Sharding is an important concept with respect to building scalable cloud applications. This presentation would cover basics of database sharding, techniques, issues, sample usecase analysis and right solutions to implement scalable and economical shards.
SAP, T-Systems, and NetApp are collaborating on a proposal for a panel at CloudSlam focused on the following themes: How to extend the SAP installed base with the new technology and economics of on-demand applications at the “edge” How SAP is rebuilding under the covers in order to minimize customer disruption for on-demand deployment but [...]
Although it is generally believed that the biggest challenge of architecting a cloud application is security and reliability, there is another major dimension which is generally overlooked, which is, cost optimization. In response to a poll by Tech Republic on “What is the main risk with cloud computing?”, 59% of the participants identified data security [...]
Sanjog Gad, SVP Advanced Technology, SAP Labs, Palo Alto, California Reporting to SAP CTO & member of executive board member, he leads an Advanced Technology team and responsible for thinking out of the box and maintaining competitive edge in innovation, identify opportunities in new technology / new solution space, working with Corporate Strategy and Portfolio [...]