Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Everyone knows there is an ocean of infrastructure which will evaporate into the cloud over the next few years. The idea of a remote common infrastructure has been a long time coming. He quoted Larry Page and I quoted Scott McNeally on the subject. However, at this early stage customers are struggling with the concept of a single, uniform platform. “We love your cloud” they say “but how about a little more security/support/resilience…” Requirements like these, and the inability of generic cloud solutions to meet them, are driving customers away from public cloud solutions towards private or hybrid clouds. Will the “one-size-fits-all-customers” approach that cloud providers would like to sell ever work?
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