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Membuat layanan Cloud storage dengan OwnCloud

Banyak artikel di Internet yang menggunakan OwnCloud untuk membuat layanan Cloud storage sendiri. Diantaranya ini.


Saat ini layanan Cloud Storage sudah banyak bertebaran di internet, dari yang gratisan hingga berbayar. Contoh yang populer saat ini adalahDropbox yang menyediakan space sebesar 2GB secara cuma-cuma yang bisa diupgrade hingga maksimal 18GB, kemudian ada lagi Google DriveSugarSyncSpiderOak dan Microsoft SkyDrive. Semuanya memiliki kelebihan dan kekurangannya masing-masing. Untuk lebih jelas mengenai perbandingan layanan Cloud Storage dapat anda baca di artikel “Perbandingan Beberapa Cloud Storage“. Nah di tutorial kali ini kita akan mencoba membuat layanan Cloud Storage sendiri yang dapat  digunakan untuk pribadi, komunitas, maupun lembaga atau perusahaan. Disini kita akan menggunakan sebuah CMS (Content Management System) yang memang khusus dibuat untuk layanan Cloud Stora…

Sudah saatnya punya Cloud sendiri

Sudah saatnya memiliki atau menggunakan fasilitas Cloud sendiri atau dalam negeri, jangan bergantung dengan USA.

NSA Spying Harms U.S. Cloud Business Electronic eavesdropping by the NSA (and, likely, other agencies of the federal government) has broad implications for law and civil liberties, but it also has economic effects—particularly on the IT industry. Specifically, U.S.-basedcloud service providers are suffering in their business with foreign clients as a result of the recent revelations of broad government spying. Such detrimental effects, however, may be just part of a larger drag on the cloud/Internet as a social and business medium. U.S. Cloud Revenue to SufferSummarizing the situation, a report by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF) entitled How Much Will PRISM Cost the U.S. Cloud Industry states, “The U.S. cloud computing industry stands to lose $22 to $35 billion over the next three years as a result of the recent revelations about the NSA’s electro…

Tips dan best practices dalam mengevaluasi dan menggunakan Data Center

Data Centered: Tips and Best Practices for Evaluating and Using a Data Center As a number of events in recent times have clearly demonstrated, now more than ever, businesses need to be prepared for effects of both manmade and natural disasters. In the event of a natural disaster, power outage or other disruption, the ability to preserve essential data and maintain business continuityis critically important. What was once the concern of a few select data-dependent industries and high-tech companies is now an issue for growing numbers of professionals representing an expanding range of industries. Whether it is a localized outage or a large-scale emergency, any interruption to business has the potential to be financially and operationally devastating, making business continuity preparation and disaster recovery planning a necessity for virtually all businesses. As companies assimilate and adapt to new technologies and processes, establishing and maintaining business continuity practices be…

Fokus datacenter masa depan adalah efisiensi energi

Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton will highlight key trends in energy efficiency that will shape the future of data center design at the upcoming Eaton Hong Kong Data Center Solution Tech Day. With the theme of “Keep Powering Forward”, it will be at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong on August 8, 2013. Alexander M. Cutler, chairman and chief executive officer of Eaton, will preside over the opening session of the Tech Day and welcome customers and industry leaders from the Asia Pacific region. The one-day event will focus on megatrends shaping the energy management business, key challenges in the data center industry, and how proven Eaton solutions will affect future data center designs. “Eaton is hosting this event in Hong Kong because it is a strategic financial services and regional information and communications technology hub with a robust and world-class data center industry,“ said Curt Hutchins, Eaton’s Asia Pacific president. “Companies perceive data centers as a strate…

Kritikal aktifitas di data center produksi

Downtime in your data center can be costly. But failing to adequately maintain your facility means you’re in for unexpected downtime—which can be much worse than planned downtime. If your data center receives much lighter traffic at certain times of day or certain times of the year, scheduling a service break during those off hours is one possibility. For instance, if product sales are virtually nonexistent during late-night and early-morning hours, those times are a good opportunity to put operations on hold while you perform needed maintenance or other critical work. But what if your facility hosts business transactions or provides services steadily, 24 hours a day and year round? In these cases, even short discontinuities in resource availability can annoy customers and drive business to competitors. When “always on” service is a business requirement, maintenance and other critical work on the data center cannot disrupt normal operations. Performing this work on a live data center, …