The Cloud-EcoSystem assists companies under the slogan “Next Level Business” to leverage cloud technologies for optimized business results. The Cloud-EcoSystem e.V. is an association of experts from across the German speaking SaaS and Cloud Computing market. In July 2012 - two years after its founding - the network had already 30 active members, and rising. In addition to many specialist suppliers, including companies such as the Deutsche Telekom AG with its cloud services business, IBM Germany, Fujitsu Technology Solutions as well as many medium-sized German cloud service providers. The aim of the Cloud-EcoSystem is to bring quality into the cloud market. Furthermore to support the penetration of SaaS / Cloud Computing concepts, models and implementations out of a user and a supplier perspective and in technical and economic terms. In order to give users help in their selection of suitable SaaS / Cloud solutions, the Cloud-EcoSystem established two certifications - "Trust-in-Cloud" certifies real cloud solution and by "Cloud-Expert" the ecosystem testifies consultants in their cloud specialization. Under www.cloud-planer.de the ecosystem will provide in the near future potential users a vendor-neutral independent marketplace for "real" cloud services. So there will be search criteria for cloud solutions, experts and technologies like "industry", "applications" and "operations".
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What is left to say about PAM that has not already been said? Well in my opinion, quite a lot – as I hope you find out when you join me at the forthcoming KCLive Event, Operationalizing Privileged Access Management. I talk to PAM vendors all the time and I believe it is a truly exciting space to be covering and some of the innovations that vendors of all sizes are bringing to the table promise real progress in how we manage privilege access in the workplace – and, as you will [...]