2017 State of the Cloud Report
As the use of public cloud becomes a given, IT leaders must navigate the transition and advocate for management tools or architectures that allow them to realize the benefits they seek. Download this report to explore the issues and how to best leverage the cloud moving forward. Also in this report:
- The death of "virtualization=cloud": Learn why a collection of virtual machines no longer qualifies as a real cloud implementation
- Cloud management: What tools are users implementing and how well do they meet their needs?
- The future of cloud: Find out about serverless computing and functions-as-a-service, the hottest new trends in cloud
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