Okay, so maybe your worst day isn’t as bad as being chased by bloodthirsty zombies or crazed biker gangs, but working in a post-cloud IT environment can sometimes feel like a post-apocalyptic place where everything is turned upside down.
If cloud technology has a silver lining, then much of that silver is ending up in the pockets of Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and other “big” cloud providers.
For years, moving big, mission-critical workloads into a virtualized environment has been deemed a mission impossible. According to conventional wisdom, virtualized systems simply weren’t big enough or reliable enough to justify the move. But that’s not the case anymore.