Wind the clock back to the early days of cloud computing and it wasn’t hard to find predictions that public clouds were the singular future of computing. Sure, some of the people saying this had a vested interest in their prediction coming to pass. But others just looked at the scale and economics of public clouds, duly noted the analogies to the electric grid and centralized power generation, and figured that running your own computing infrastructure must be on its way out sooner rather than later.

Fast-forward a decade or so and what’s happened? The broad outlines of the developing…

Gordon Haff

Red Hat cloud guy, photographer, traveler, writer. Opinions are mine alone.

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