Demonstrates the Reality of Cloud Computing for IT

SAN DIEGO ‑ Dec. 14, 2010 ‑ Service‑, the creator of modern software‑as‑a‑service (SaaS) for IT service management (ITSM), extends an invitation to join Michael Cote of RedMonk and Service‑ for a discussion of why "Real Clouds Aren't Fluffy" and for a demonstration of the reality of cloud computing for IT. This webinar will be live on Dec. 15, 2010 from 9:00 – 10:00 am Pacific and one lucky participant will win a flight in a jet fighter.

Cloud computing offers significant opportunities for IT, but what does it really mean? What is the public cloud? Is "private cloud" even a real thing? How can cloud services be utilized by IT today?

Go behind the hype with Cote of RedMonk and experts from Service‑ for a down‑to‑earth discussion of the realities of cloud computing for IT management. Cote will provide unique RedMonk analysis and Service‑ will provide a live demonstration of cloud and virtualization services managed from the Service‑ cloud.

Who: Cote of RedMonk with Craig McDonogh and Jerrod Bennett of Service‑
What: A hype‑free discussion of cloud computing for IT with a live demo of SaaS for cloud management
When: Dec. 15, 2010 from 9:00 ‑ 10:00 am Pacific
Where: Register for the free webinar at:

Cote is a RedMonk analyst covering primarily enterprise software and specializing in open source, cloud computing, IT management, software development, the web, emerging technologies, new media, and social, collaborative software. His blog is PeopleOverProcess and he produces the RedMonk podcast as well as RedMonkTV.

About Service‑

The Service‑ enterprise IT service management platform combines ITIL process support and SaaS delivery to provide a flexible, intuitive and self‑managing application in the cloud. Founded in 2004, Service‑ is built on a customer‑centric business model and agile application services to help transform IT. According to the 2010 Inc. 500 list, Service‑ is the fastest‑growing IT management software company. For more information, please visit http://www.service‑ or http://blog.service‑