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    « VMworld Europe 2011: Perspectives | Main | CA World 2011: Perspectives »

    11/09/2011

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    Darkkavenger

    I have enjoyed reading this article, and I do agree with you. No matter what the benefits of the cloud are, some IaaS providers often forget the reality of the enterprise world because of the "my product is great!" motto. Not all companies are ready to jump in the cloud or to scrap everything they built upon just because IaaS is the way forward. That's a feeling I also had at latest VMware vSphere 5 launch event here. Some of the verbiage used was quite fun. The time for IaaS may come, but the promoters of this technology should understand that many firms rely on various software blocks, which are in turn based on very different technologies. It's not all Wintel and x86 out there :-)

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