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Building a Model of Hybrid Cloud
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Building a Model of Hybrid Cloud

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April 18, 2018

For the past few months, I’ve been working with the idea of building a model for the adoption of hybrid cloud. Some people may say that hybrid is already here, but I think what we see today is a set of tactical implementations. Instead, we need a bolder vision of what the use of hybrid cloud could mean. Why create a model like this? Partially this is a process of helping my customers understand where they should be headed. But mainly I think it’s an attempt to put the ecosystem of platforms, product offerings and services into some kind of contex.

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Building a Model of Hybrid Cloud

Posted:
April 18, 2018

For the past few months, I’ve been working with the idea of building a model for the adoption of hybrid cloud. Some people may say that hybrid is already here, but I think what we see today is a set of tactical implementations. Instead, we need a bolder vision of what the use of hybrid cloud could mean. Why create a model like this? Partially this is a process of helping my customers understand where they should be headed. But mainly I think it’s an attempt to put the ecosystem of platforms, product offerings and services into some kind of contex.