Cloud

Three Reasons Why Virtualization Is for You

Leslie Gubish
Read Time 2 min.

Three Reasons Why Virtualization is for You At first glance, virtualization may sound like something straight out of a science-fiction movie, but it has become an integral part of a data center. The benefits of virtualization are many, but let’s look at the main three: Simplify IT Management Cost reduction Getting to the Cloud ...

Cloud Platforms Based on the Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2600 v2 Product Family

Kristin Puzon
Read Time 2 min.

The physical hardware that a cloud is built from has a direct effect on quality of service. With cloud platforms based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v2 product family, Expedient has created an agile, efficient and scalable foundation. Using Intel’s Cloud technology not only enables better performance, but also lowers resource costs for your business which allows you to...

CPU Ready and Virtual Colocation

Leslie Gubish
Read Time 1 min.

So, you want to your increase virtual machine performance.  There is a perception that if you add vCPUs, this will automatically do the job.  In reality, doing so may actually have a negative performance on the virtual machine. Here are a few best practices to keep in mind when looking to increase virtual machine performance: If possible, start with...

Expedient Takes on National Cloud Providers in Recent Cloud Spectator Report

Ken Hill
Read Time 2 min.

Learn how Expedient topped Amazon and Rackspace In case you haven’t noticed, we’re pretty fast, and the recently released analysis report from Cloud Spectator proves it. Over a period of 15 days, Cloud Spectator, an independent cloud analyst firm, compared the performance of our virtual platform against comparable offerings from Amazon and Rackspace. The results concluded that Expedient’s virtual...

Public, Private, or Hybrid | Cloud Computing Video

Ken Hill
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Public, Private or Hybrid: Latest Video Explains the Difference The concept behind cloud computing seems simple enough. In the most basic sense, the cloud allows businesses to increase their computing capacities and capabilities without investing in additional hardware. Things, however, begin to become a little more complicated as you take a deeper dive into the full breadth of offerings...