How to Prepare for the Coming Age of Dynamic Infrastructure

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Ray Ozzie Asserts Microsoft’s Position In The Cloud

Microsoft's Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie made some interesting predictions on the future of cloud computing at J.P. Morgan's Technology, Media and Telecom Conference in Boston today (see below for the full transcript). Ozzie says that while the IT community is in the very early stages of cloud computing innovations, the future for companies' data hosting will be in the mixture of cloud computing and on-premise data centers.
"But the high level pattern, which really I think we would all agree on, is that at some point in time every major enterprise, every company, every ISV is going to have some blend of software that runs on-premises and some that runs in the cloud, and everyone wants tools that they can use to in essence deploy some apps to part of their organization that might be in the cloud, another part of their organization that might be on-premises, to do that on an application by application or region by region by region or program by program basis."


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