Enterprise Computing in the Public Cloud

Enterprise Computing in the Public Cloud is based on a Web Forum presentation given by Marty Smith, CIO of Implantable Provider Group (IFG). IPG collaborates with Health Plans in partnership with Providers, Physicians, Manufacturers and Patients to develop market-based solutions that deliver tangible value in the implantable Device Benefit Management (DBM) space.  Assisting payers and providers with managing the cost of implanting a medical device into the human body, IPG has demonstrated saving healthplans over […]

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New Web Forum 7/18: Enterprise Computing in the Public Cloud

Many enterprises are still dragging their feet for a variety of reasons when it comes to cloud computing. Not the Implantable Provider Group. Their CIO Marty Smith will present on enterprise computing in the public cloud. He’ll discuss the following areas: Reasons to use cloud, such as costs (including an estimated cost scenario), availability, scalability, DR, and more Cloud migration considerations, like architecture alignment, security, and suitability Basic challenges and how to approach them Tools […]

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Report: Moving Internal Applications to the Public Cloud

Moving Internal Applications to the Public Cloud is based on a Web Forum presentation given by Rackspace’s Daniel Spratlen. Rackspace is in the process of moving some their internal applications to the public cloud by way of open source software known as OpenStack. This is a work in progress and with any endeavor of this scope you’re going to run into challenges along the way. The report dives into their experiences, focusing mainly on the […]

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