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Cloud tools abound. Is enterprise IT ready?

Christine Burns | April 9, 2013
Service providers, start-ups, integrators and established vendors offer broad range of management tools. But enterprises might not be ready to implement complex orchestration and automation systems.

Cloud governance is a general term for applying specific policies or principles to the use of cloud services in an organization, the goal of which is to secure applications and data when they are located remotely.

Lehmann says that cloud governance is lagging behind data orchestration in general as there are no specific suites of tools that specifically target this area of cloud management. "But you can see the underpinnings of cloud governance being laid down in part by tools that can track authentication processes, access controls and key management in the cloud," Lehmann says.

 

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