When we think of the public cloud, often the first consideration that comes to mind is financial: Moving workloads from near-capacity data centers to the cloud reduces capital expenditures (CapEx) but increases operating expenditures (OpEx). That may or may not be attractive to the CFO, but it isn’t exactly catnip for developers, operations, or those who combine the two as devops.
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For these people, cloud computing offers many opportunities that simply aren’t available when new software services require the purchase of new server hardware or enterprise software suites. What takes six months to deploy on-premises can sometimes take 10 minutes in the cloud. What requires signatures from three levels of management to create on-prem can be charged to a credit card in the cloud.
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