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Contributor I

Cloud Cube Model

Greetings,

 

This is regarding Jericho Cloud Cube Model...

The internal/external axis of the cube distinguishes between Cloud services hosted within an organisation’s own barriers and those hosted outside of those barriers, so i can understand  internally hosted is ideally perimeterised which is an architectural approach adopted by the consumer and is attempting to implement a hard /soft external barrier by default

 

Then in this case how can we understand the significance of the third dimention perimeterised/de-perimeterised axis suggested by CCM?

 

Please share your understanding and thoughts.

 

Thanks

 

Regards

 

 

 

Mouli, CISSP
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Re: Cloud Cube Model

> iluom (Newcomer III) posted a new topic in Tech Talk on 02-08-2019 09:21 PM in

>   This is regarding Jericho Cloud Cube Model

How can a cloud be a cube?

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Doesn't have a sharp edge,
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Re: Cloud Cube Model

can't be a cube... but an abstract & conceptual view
Mouli, CISSP