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The lines between private data centers and public clouds are blurring

Remember when there was a distinct difference between public clouds and systems you could see and touch in your data center? This is no longer the case.

The lines are blurring between traditional systems, meaning hardware and software purchased or licensed for millions of dollars in sunk costs to sit in your own physical data centers, and the public clouds with their flexibility, scalability, and instant provisioning.

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Legacy or traditional systems are looking more like clouds these days, and what once was a clear decision is no longer clear. I call this “the cloud effect.”

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