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Right now, a huge number of service providers are making plans to launch computing clouds, and I thought it would be interesting to outline some of the requirements I often hear from prospective cloud providers here.

1. "Our clouds need to run on inexpensive storage."
- This is a huge issue for most service providers. The storage industry is built on the back of...

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Multitenancy in the Hypervisor

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For enterprises to start running VMs on third party hardware in the cloud, we have to get to a point where Coke and Pepsi could comfortably run applications on the same physical machine without a) worrying about secure isolation and b) ever learning that they had brushed virtual shoulders.

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