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From Data Centers to Private Clouds

October 29, 2010 No Comments

The mergers and acquisitions wave sweeping through technology-land could get larger before it subsides. The tangible economic benefits of cloud computing are driving IT investments as traditional enterprise data centers are transformed into private clouds. With server and storage virtualization as the core building blocks, private clouds offer large enterprises a step change in the efficiency of their data centers without the perceived risks associated with evolving lower-cost public cloud services.

The IT industry had long expected these investments in private clouds, but Oracle’s aggressive efforts to capture a larger portion of the IT spending has left most of its competitors on the defensive.

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