Published/updated: February 2013
The wish list for the data centre of the future, is heavily focused on service delivery, with tightly organised pools of resources and massive amounts of virtualisation - and of course, fault-tolerance to the Nth degree. Cloud will play a part in this, naturally. But not in the way some vendors would like to think. The data centre is in charge and any clouds, or cloud suppliers, are going to have to learn how to play by its rules.
The question is how are you going to get to that nirvana and how are you going to manage it when you do?
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