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  • Report Adoption Profile: Private Cloud In Europe, Q2 2019

    Private Cloud Can Focus Efforts To Enable More-Meaningful Changes
    June 21, 2019 | Lauren E. Nelson, Paul Miller

    Europeans continue to leverage a mix of cloud technologies, including private cloud. Many enterprises face a stark reality: Change is expensive, and private cloud offers meaningful improvements...

  • Report Adoption Profile: Hosted Private Cloud In Europe, Q2 2019

    Local Providers Target Dedicated Infrastructure, Unique Scenarios, And Services
    May 7, 2019 | Lauren E. Nelson, Paul Miller

    Adoption of hosted private cloud (HPC) continues to grow, despite criticism. HPC combines the expertise of a cloud service provider with the isolation of a private cloud. While some balk at its...

  • Report Adoption Profile: Public Cloud In Europe, Q2 2019

    European Public Cloud Innovation Continues Despite GDPR's Entrance And Reinforcement
    April 29, 2019 | Lauren E. Nelson, Paul Miller

    Every enterprise in Europe is continually evolving its cloud strategy — or should be. In 2019, European infrastructure and operations (I&O) pros are tasked with critiquing the cost efficiency and...

  • Report Taking The Pulse Of Europe's Cloud, Q1 2019

    Data Centers Open In More Countries As Cloud Adoption Continues To Grow
    February 22, 2019 | Paul Miller

    Cloud computing is firmly established as a tool in the European technology toolbox, but the rationale for using cloud continues to mature. This report examines recent moves by major cloud vendors...

  • Report OpenStack Fights To Defend Its Claim As A Standard

    Its Future Sits Quietly Within Your Private Cloud, Outside The US, And Among Telecommunications Providers
    October 26, 2017 | Lauren E. Nelson, Chris Gardner, Sophia I. Vargas

    OpenStack became a cloud platform standard in 2013. Since then, it has evolved and reached a less eventful stage of its life, losing some of its early momentum and vocal proponents but gaining new...