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Cloud Plans: Open Letter To Enterprise Application Vendors
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4/2/2012 | 10:40:43 PM
re: Cloud Plans: Open Letter To Enterprise Application Vendors
Jonathan, i definitely agree every vendor and architect should deliver a plan to transition traditional, terrestrial architecture to the cloud. Unfortunately, the industry has not yet agreed on how a Cloud architecture is delivered. Your suggestion of "dynamic infrastructure, automation, orchestration, and a reduction in time" delivers attributes that tie into cloud characteristics, but are not necessarily a canonical architecture.

I have been searching for Cloud reference architecture, and 21 'Cloudy' architectural diagrams can be found in my blog post at http://blog.cobia.net/cobiacom...


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