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  • Cloud Agility Could be a $60B Market

    CloudVelocity's Greg Ness talks about why he thinks that hybrid cloud automation is perhaps the most strategic opportunity for growth and profitability.

  • The Cloud is a New Operating Model

    CloudVelocity's Greg Ness predicts that by the end of 2014, real hybrid cloud deployments will deliver new, unprecedented IT operating models, starting with the rise of hybrid cloud DR and DevTest.

  • The Hybrid Cloud Will Enhance Agility and Control

    CloudVelocity's Greg Ness argues that it's likely that control with agility will be enhanced by the cloud, especially for large enterprises already investing heavily in third-party data centers.

  • The Next Hybrid Cloud Battle: Automation

    CloudVelocity's Greg Ness writes that, as Amazon, Microsoft, and VMware engage in the first battles of the hybrid cloud war, a fundamental shift in strategy will emerge as the public cloud matures and becomes more enterprise-centric.

  • Thinking beyond the Rack in 2014

    CloudVelocity's Greg Ness argues that 2014 will be pivotal for cloud deployment, as enterprises begin embracing hybrid cloud automation for production apps.

  • Amazon, Microsoft and the Data Center Colocation Challenge

    CloudVelocity's Greg Ness sees 2014 as an evolutionary time for hybrid cloud automation, or the ability for apps and services to move easily from facilities into cloud and ultimately between them.

  • The Power of Cloud Transformation

    CloudVelocity's Greg Ness acknowledges that events in the last few months have started bringing him closer to the vision of the public cloud, although he still thinks the hybrid cloud will win during the next decade.

  • Microsoft: A Most Compelling Hybrid Cloud Vision

    CloudVelocity's Greg Ness asks whether analysts are right, and if enterprises really are poised to shift massive investments in data center infrastructure purchases into cloud services.

  • Answering the Cloud Risk Question

    CloudVelocity's Greg Ness watches as the hybrid cloud enters the hype cycle, with highly respected analysts and vendors making bold predictions that last year might have been considered provocative.

  • Why 2014 will be the Year of the Hybrid Cloud

    CloudVelocity's Greg Ness looks toward the future, as the barrier's to cloud adoption change and cloud migration solutions and platforms mature.

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