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Cloud Predictions for 2010

The future of cloud computing is something we talk about quite a bit around here, so I was eager to read some of the new year predictions that tend to pop up right between Christmas and New Years. I read one written by Matt Asay who writes the Open Road column over at CNET. He argues that it will be a good year for technology consolidation, as...

The future of cloud computing is something we talk about quite a bit around here, so I was eager to read some of the new year predictions that tend to pop up right between Christmas and New Years. I read one written by Matt Asay who writes the Open Road column over at CNET. He argues that it will be a good year for technology consolidation, as enterprises begin to "dip their toes" into building private clouds.

I think 2010 is going to be the year when creating a cloud becomes dramatically easier. Up until now, creating an infrastructure cloud took lots of specialized hardware, software and integration.  That is changing quickly, as tools like VMOps make it easy to download and install a small test cloud on a single machine.  By the end of the year, I think most IT admins will be able to set up a working cloud for their own for development, testing, and virtualization projects, and scale it as they need to.

I'd love to hear what you think the new year has in store for cloud computing.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009 - 17:27
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