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October 28, 2016

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Michael Endrizzi

Agree. 90% of our applications don't need elasticity, worldwide redundancy and availability, etc. They need pro-active monitoring from metal to GUI and someone to yell at when its slow. Aside from Saas (you can yell at them), very difficult to do in a public cloud only solution...except for small shops perhaps.

dreez

Andy

"Cloud insurance? Yeah, you don't want to be "that guy" when new IT leadership decides that everything is going to some sort of cloud.

Again, you won't find any on-premises infrastructure vendor doing this."

Check out BlueData. Doing it for Big Data workloads. Started with on-premises and now for cloud. You guys should be looking at them closely.

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