Ticketmaster Books a Private Cloud with Cisco


The third largest e-commerce company in North America is moving much of its operations to the cloud.

Live Nation Entertainment, which operates online ticket sales site Ticketmaster and three other entertainment-related businesses, is clouding up its Ticketmaster and Live Nation Concert and Network operations to achieve the efficiencies of virtualization and speed time-to-market with new offerings. The company is in the very early stages of its private cloud implementation, however, so efficiencies are currently difficult to quantify.

But it’s a sizable undertaking. Live Nation has 7,000 employees in 153 offices spread across 18 countries. Its revenue in 2011 was $5.4 billion, of which Ticketmaster accounted for $1.56 billion and other Live Nation operations $3.8 billion.

Source:  Ticketmaster Books a Private Cloud with Cisco CIO.com.

It will be interesting to see the efficiencies once the implementation has been completed.

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Posted on July 5, 2012, in Business, Cloud computing, Technology News and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Ticketmaster Books a Private Cloud with Cisco.

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