The cloud, outsourcing, and Chinese medicine.

The cloud represents a technological approach or standardised offers, rather distant from the outsourcing of global infrastructure and tailor-made. A distinction necessary to decrypt the levers on these markets, with Guillaume Berko, Sales Director at Ikoula.

How do you see outsourcing and cloud?
In traditional outsourcing, our mission is to maintain and oversee infrastructure hardware and software to ensure an optimal business continuity to our customers. From my point of view, cloud concerns rather the way one thinks it infrastructure. To put it otherwise, outsourcing is a service delivery, while cloud is a technological approach integrating various mechanisms like virtualization, dynamic allocation of resources, the multitenant, etc.
Even though in our outsourcing offers we propose of course companies to use fully all these technologies.

Good advice from Thursday: test CloudStack Intances!

The good advice of the day: test The Cloud Public of Ikoula and learn how to create and deploy Cloud audiences freely!

With The Cloud Public of Ikoula, users benefit from a pre-packaged making them available to offer: 1 router to 10 Mbps, 1 Load Balancer, 1 Firewall with 100 rules of translation of ports and 1 shared public IP address. Available under Linux and Windows, the user is then free to add its instances (up to 20) on a model "pay per use".
It is possible to configure its Cloud (up to 10 templates, 40 snapshots and 30 virtual disks) from a full web interface.

Good advice from Thursday: migrate to the cloud!

The Cloud, we talk much!

Normal when we know that this market could reach 2.4 billion dollars by 2014 according to study Abeerden.

"This trend indicates above all that the Cloud market is mature and dematerialisation solution meets more and more a need for DSI on bottom of lower internal costs'" according to "


Good advice from Thursday: protect your domain name!

The domain name guarantees highest visibility of your business on the web. It is therefore essential to save it, but also to preserve and protect against the many threats on the Web.
Domain names, are at the mercy of cybercriminals through techniques such as cybersquatting or phishing to mention that they.