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New Microsoft Hyper-V cloud offerings

November 9, 2010 No Comments

Quite a number of suppliers of system software, application frameworks, database software and applications are rushing to grab the high ground and direct the industry in its move towards using cloud-like approaches and architectures to create an in-house self-provisioning, self-managing, pay-as-you go environment. Like the others I’ve seen, Microsoft appears to be working with a “Microsoft-only” view of clouds when, in reality, most datacenters today could be viewed as a multi-vendor, multi-platform, multi-decade computer of IT’s finest thoughts about application design and platforms.

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