Here’s How to Put Out Fires with Centralized Log Analysis

We have all heard of the exponential growth of Big Data. According to a study done by Information Week, the digital universe will grow from 3.2 zettabytes today to 40 zettabytes in only six years. (One zettabyte is roughly one billion terabytes.)

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Top 7 Blog Posts of 2014: OpenStack vs CloudStack, Distributed File Systems and Deploying Private Clouds

As we head into 2015, we reflect on the changes and advances in the cloud industry. Here at Appcore, we have had a ton of change including shifting from a converged infrastructure company to a complete software-only solution and rolling out our multi-cloud management tool. Not only did we make a lot of changes but the conversations within the industry shifted from public cloud to private/hybrid environments. 

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Appcore CEO Talks Cloud with SYS-CON.tv at Cloud Expo

Last month Appcore attended Cloud Expo in Santa Clara, CA. During the event Appcore CEO, Jeff Tegethoff, was given the opportunity to share his analysis of the cloud market with Roger Strukhoff of SYS-CON. Jeff also discussed cloud trends in 2015, Appcore’s commitment to Apache CloudStack, and the evolution of our software product. The video and Q&A session are below. 

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Comparing Multi-Cloud Management Tools: 4 Features to Look for as a Service Provider

As more enterprises adopt hybrid cloud solutions, there is an inherent need for multi-cloud management software. Below we outlined the four features to look for when determining the best multi-cloud management solution.

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Appcore Unveils Multi-Cloud Management Software

In case you missed it, here is our latest press release announcing our newest software, Appcore Atlas. 

Appcore, a leading Citrix CloudPlatform and Apache CloudStack solutions company, announced the launch of its latest multi-cloud management tool, Appcore Atlas. This software solution enables service providers to efficiently deploy, manage and monitor multiple enterprise cloud environments across various types of infrastructure. 

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