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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
2/22/2017 8:24:48 PM
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Re: Outbreak if honesty?
@batye:

Absolutely it is very inetresting. But i didn't get any chance to explore more.

Think about the question posed by @JB - Can anything worst happen to cloud which may block development for a generation's time - If you really start thinking deep into the question, I can't say 'No' for sure. At the same time I have no better answer that i can justify for 'may be'. But this surely can't be ruled out as we get to learn gaps in security.

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batye
batye
2/5/2017 11:14:45 PM
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Re: Outbreak if honesty?
@ms.akkineni  same is my end... but it very interesting to know... don't you agree... I would love to hear opinion of other members...

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batye
batye
2/5/2017 10:45:51 PM
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Re: Real Virtualized Cloud
@clrmoney yes, I could not agree more, how I see it it could be a money making machine if used right :) as cloud is a future - how I see it :) 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/31/2017 10:08:47 PM
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Re: Outbreak if honesty?
@JB:

I have no good answer.

Very interesing information as always and I will stay tuned to see more thoughts on this.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/31/2017 10:06:52 PM
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Re: Real Virtualized Cloud
I am not very positive about this. Need to rethink...

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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
1/31/2017 8:59:04 PM
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Re: Outbreak if honesty?
Ms. Akkineni (and everyone else too, please!)

Are we past the point where a really major cloud disaster -- say really effective cloud-based malware, or some really clever way of stealing huge amounts of data from the cloud all at once -- could destroy the cloud for another generation?

E.g Three Mile Island accident pretty much stopped nuclear power generation in the US, but at the time it happened, nukes were a small (but important) part of total power generation. Ditto Chernobyl for the USSR and its descendants.  But it barely budged nuclear power programs in France or Japan -- and even Fukushima wasn't enough to do more than slow Japanese nuclear development -- because both nations were already so committed to nukes that nobody could talk about giving them up.

Well, could anything in the cloud happen right now that would be so awful that cloud development stopped for a generation or more?

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/31/2017 3:59:02 PM
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Re: Outbreak if honesty?
Of course the move to the cloud is being driven mainly by the fear of being left behind; that's what has pushed a very large part of tech innovation in the last few decades.

@JB:


Can't agree any more with you on this.

I always thought there has been lot of peer pressure for Cloud emerging vastly in past years..Every company kind of started feeling that they are far behind in terms of keeping up with technology if not adapted.

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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
1/31/2017 2:43:39 PM
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Outbreak if honesty?
For the second time this week I'm congratulating one of our interviewees on truthfulness and facing reality square on. Of course the move to the cloud is being driven mainly by the fear of being left behind; that's what has pushed a very large part of tech innovation in the last few decades. Of course scale up is promising but hardly anyone has had a major business function in the cloud long enough to see how scale up actually goes there yet. But though these things are only common sense, not everyone in the industry has the confidence to just admit that in a public forum!

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clrmoney
clrmoney
1/31/2017 2:37:37 PM
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Real Virtualized Cloud
I can see a lot more revenue with virtualization than cloud, but cloud has a lot to offer as well so they both can be very useful.

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