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DeepField Maps the Intricacies of the Cloud

August 2, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

What is referred to as “the cloud” is really not as amorphous as it may seem — it’s a complex web of servers that form redundant, overlapping networks. How is a company that stores “big data” in the cloud to keep track of all its comings and goings? When things go wrong, it can be difficult to find out why. Thus, mapping the cloud becomes all the more essential.

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