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Multi-Cloud Management: What to Realistically Expect in 2017

Learn what you should realistically expect from your multi-cloud management solution in 2017 -- and what you may have to wait for until 2018 and beyond.

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Techgmyth
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12/14/2016 | 1:34:14 PM
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This is really  a nice post regarding the Cloud computing. Now cloud computing is one of the leading storage media now these days and we all have a great expection in future to cloud computing.
Charlie Babcock
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12/20/2016 | 5:24:37 PM
Mutli-cloud management pioneers
There are many promising young startups in multi-cloud management. But before they came along, there was Scalr, founded in 2007 by Sebastian Stadil, organizer of the Silicon Valley Cloud Computing Group, and RightScale, founded in 2008 by CEO Michael Crandell, CTO Thorsten von Eicken and head of engineering Rafael Saavedra. These firms were in place before Amazon Web Services was ready to make infrastructure as a service available as a supported service. It was in preview up until 2009, if I remember correctly.
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