More on Symposium 1-on-1s
My calendar for one-on-ones at Symposium is now totally full, as far as I know, so here’s a look at some updated stats:
(No overlaps above. Things have been disambiguated. This counts only the formal 1-on-1s, and not any other meetings I’m doing here.)
The hosting discussions have a very strong cloud flavor to them, as one might expect. The broad trend from today is that most people talking about cloud infrastructure here are really talking about putting individual production applications on virtualized infrastructure in a managed hosting environment, with at least some degree of capacity flexibility. But at the same time, this is a good thing for service provider — it clearly illustrates that people are comfortable putting highly mission-critical, production applications on shared infrastructure.
Posted on October 18, 2010, in Industry and tagged cloud, colocation, Gartner, hosting, symposium. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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