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For beginners and experts alike, cloud conferences are a good way to gain industry knowledge and sharpen your skills. Here are some to pencil in over the next several months.

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One packed session at last week’s Red Hat Summit in Boston was a case study on an internally built integration of Ansible with Red Hat CloudForms, to orchestrate a hybrid cloud environment with VMware and AWS. Ansible is an especially useful tool to deploy Puppet agents into the environment, noted Phil Avery, senior Unix engineer...

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When companies move to the cloud, it’s paramount that they know where the provider’s security role ends and where the customer’s begins. The shared-responsibility model is one of the fundamental underpinnings of a successful public cloud deployment. It requires vigilance by the cloud provider and customer—but in different ways. Amazon Web Services (AWS), which developed the philosophy...

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Despite all the promise that the cloud will usher in the next wave of technical innovations, a very traditional distribution model has taken a central role for cloud providers. With IBM Cloud Mass Data Migration, Big Blue is the latest large-scale vendor to lean on shipping companies to help get enterprises to its public cloud....

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The graveyard of public clouds is littered with traditional IT vendors, and it’s about to get a bit more crowded. Cisco has confirmed a report by The Register that it will shut down its Cisco Intercloud Services public cloud early next year. The company rolled out Intercloud in 2014 with plans to spend $1 billion...

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