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InformationWeek Government Cloud Computing Webcast Series

The Webcast Series is aimed at IT pros in federal government who are looking to take a well-planned approach to cloud computing. It will help you devise a strategy that is geared to success.

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Cloud Implementer's Checklist

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Once your agency has completed the business case for deploying a private cloud, how do you actually move ahead with your data center transformation? In this editorial Webcast, we will explore steps to get you there, including a "to do" list that will be helpful to anyone involved in the project. By the time you're done following this plan, your data center should be home to more flexible, on-demand IT services.

Discussion topics will include:

  • Pilot test scenarios
  • The need to explain cloud services to users and departments
  • How to develop an implementation plan

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The Business Case for Government Clouds

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In this editorial Webcast, we assess the variables that factor into the decision of whether, and how, to implement a cloud computing environment in federal data centers. Issues to be evaluated include the software, hardware, and other related costs; how shared-services efficiencies translate into savings; and the potential for recouping expenses through charge-back. We also explore usage scenarios where the business case for private clouds is strongest.

Discussion topics will include:

  • Identifying key business drivers of cloud computing in your organization
  • Weighing private clouds vs. public clouds
  • Identifying next steps

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Cloud Platform Strategy

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In this editorial Webcast, we will analyze the key IT infrastructure considerations that must be taken into account for creating private clouds in federal data centers: software/hardware environment, multi-tenancy, security, virtualization, and management tools. We will also discuss the key role that APIs play in supporting hybrid scenarios that tap into public cloud services.

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  • Identifying technologies that are key to your cloud platform
  • Developing a standards-compliant architecture
  • Getting security right from the start

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