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Written By: langdon on December 23, 2013 No Comment

IT is going through a similar change: the shift from client/server to the cloud. Cloud promises not just cheaper IT, but also faster, easier, more flexible, and more effective IT. Just as in the early days of the car industry, it‘s currently difficult to see where this new paradigm will take us. The goal of this article is to help build a framework that allows IT leaders to plan for the cloud transition. [… click Headline to read more !]

Written By: langdon on October 24, 2012 No Comment

The Real World: How and Why EVault Uses Window Azure

Boston Azure Cloud User Group – October 25th, 2012

Microsoft  NERD New England Research & Development Center

One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA (map)


Some of the most interesting talks we’ve had at Boston Azure over the past three years focused on how a specific product came to use Windows Azure, what platform features were put to use, and how the story ended up. The story of EVault, a Seagate Company (NASDAQ:STX) ,  fits this mold. EVault offers cloud-connected backup and recovery services powered by Windows Azure. In the featured talk, David Langdon of EVault will cover the gamut from the business case to the technology to the future:

To Azure or Not Azure – EVault Supporting Business Case
Large scale Azure deployment – Technology Considerations
How EVault is using Azure today – and future Roadmap




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Written By: langdon on November 12, 2011 No Comment

Presentation made by David Langdon at Microsoft Tech Days
To Cloud or Not to Cloud…that is the question. Are you an IT Administrator, IT Service Provider, or ISV faced with making a strategic decision about cloud adoption? Are you overwhelmed by all the cloud jargon and implementation choices? In this session, we will examine public and private cloud computing solutions across the industry, in the context of the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) definition. We’ll look at the technical and business elements that factor into the private/public/hybrid cloud decision. We’ll discuss the strengths of the Microsoft platform, focusing on Windows Azure and virtualization with Hyper-V. This session will include a case study of a managed service provider that made the decision to offer a public cloud solution on Windows Azure. […click headline for more]

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