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The Cloud Is Not Cool Any More. What Is Next?

The cloud is not cool any more. It is all grown up: just another part of the establishment, and fast becoming the standard model for IT consumption and delivery. If you are a service provider or DC operator without a cloud, you are a bit late to be an early adopter. And if you are already in the cloud, you are already seeing commoditization of the cloud services that were once so new and sexy.

So what is next? As the cloud is increasingly "just the way things are done", how does this change the stack for service providers and their customers? Where does the value lie as physical resources complete the cycle of commoditization? What implications does this have for your business model? This session will look at life beyond the cloud for service providers and operators, and what vendors like OnApp are doing to help you differentiate as cloud becomes the norm.
Recorded Feb 9 2012 30 mins
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