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Director, OpenShift Strategy at Red Hat. Founder of Rishidot Research, a research community focused on services world. His focus is on Platform Services, Infrastructure and the role of Open Source in the services era. Krish has been writing @ CloudAve from its inception and had also been part of GigaOm Pro Analyst Group. The opinions expressed here are his own and are neither representative of his employer, Red Hat, nor CloudAve, nor its sponsors.

4 responses to “Cloud Security Needs A Rethink But The Evolution Will Be Slow”

  1. Richard

    I like this idea and statement. Meanwhile, I am thinking there will be emerging “Virtual Private Cloud”, which will take identity and data centric approach to tranport the packets.

  2. akapor

    Hi everyone,
    I came across a very interesting online summit which is also relevant to this discussion

    Cloud Security online summit-http://bit.ly/10zkvC

    What?
    Industry Thought Leaders will dive into the different security options available across multiple cloud architectures, and case studies and association presentations will further illustrate the security issues facing the cloud today.

    Who?

    Miranda Mowbray, Hewlett-Packard, Senior Technical Contributor
    Jim Reavis, Cloud Security Alliance
    Liam Lynch, Chief Security Strategist, eBay
    Jinesh Varia, Technology Evangelist, Amazon Web Services
    Lee Newcombe, Capgemini, Principal Consultant

    Enables vibrant exchange of ideas between Thought Leaders and viewers
    Provides Thought Leadership, Best Practices and Case Studies

  3. The Cost of Cloud - Supply Chain Management Blog -

    [..] Obviously, security is an important topic to address, butprogress is slowly but surely made. Governance and how the service evolves over time is the other, is another aspect that needs to be addressed. Some large OEM’s may take the lead and direct their suppliers to attend, but in most situations, we expect a trusted third party to run the service. Obviously, in that case, having a team looking after the evolution of the service, what new functionality is taken in service when, becomes important. Building a community around the service will make the members feel part of a team, which is exactly what you are looking for to establish a successful service. [..]

  4. The Cost of Cloud Computing - Supply Chain Management Blog -

    [..] Obviously, security is an important topic to address, butprogress is slowly but surely made. Governance and how the service evolves over time is the other, is another aspect that needs to be addressed. Some large OEM’s may take the lead and direct their suppliers to attend, but in most situations, we expect a trusted third party to run the service. Obviously, in that case, having a team looking after the evolution of the service, what new functionality is taken in service when, becomes important. Building a community around the service will make the members feel part of a team, which is exactly what you are looking for to establish a successful service. [..]