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batye
batye
5/10/2016 12:43:11 AM
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Re: Azure
@TomNolle yes, Tom I trust you are right, I only hope they gonna create better security at the end...

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TomNolle
TomNolle
5/9/2016 8:13:50 AM
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Re: Azure
@batye: As an industry we overstate the impact of virtually every technology shift, which is bad not only because it sets unrealistic expectations but also because it often prevents us from addressing real issues.  I think that's the case with the cloud.

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batye
batye
5/9/2016 12:50:38 AM
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Re: Azure
@TomNolle  yes Tom you are right, from security point of view it would be less secure way - how I see it...

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batye
batye
5/9/2016 12:49:02 AM
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Re: Azure
@dcawrey  yes, me too I see it as positive steps for Microsoft, as it like trying to change and to do everything right or at least trying to...

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TomNolle
TomNolle
4/25/2016 11:40:37 AM
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Re: Azure
@kq4ym: I'm personally a fan of the notion of "composable PaaS" using what I've called "platform services" offered through a selection of APIs.  That's what I think Amazon is leading toward.  The big question for them and for other cloud-PaaS players is whether you can offer a PaaS model that doesn't have a data center implementation option.  Regardless of all the media hype on the cloud, there's still little chance that most mission-critical apps are going to public cloud services any time soon.

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kq4ym
kq4ym
4/15/2016 4:01:31 PM
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Re: Azure
It would seem that Amazon is getting on top with the solution at least for now. As "Amazon and others are adding PaaS and APIs," maybe that will be the at least intermediate solution. With it's 50 APIs and allowing flexibility it may well work out for those seeking a way around the platform/package dilemna.

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TomNolle
TomNolle
4/14/2016 7:23:08 PM
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Re: Azure
@dcawrey I am too; I also think that they've thought more ahead on what has to happen for the cloud to really succeed.  Amazon I think has also realized the limitations of IaaS and is building a kind of back-door PaaS through AWS services.

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dcawrey
dcawrey
4/13/2016 10:44:27 PM
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Azure
I'm very impressed with what Microsoft has done with Azure. For a time, I was concerned the company would never fully compete in the cloud space. Fast forward to today and Microsoft is really offering some compelling services that software developers and system administrators can utilize as an inetgreated solution. 

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