Has AWS Won the Cloud?

There is no denying that AWS is the dominant public cloud provider at the moment. Does creating differentiation give other IaaS vendors, hosters, and private cloud and colocation providers a chance to compete tomorrow, and what does this mean for the choices end-users make today?

Please join Research Director Owen Rogers and Research VP Al Sadowski for a webinar on November 16th, where they will use Cloud Price Index data to connect the dots between customer requirements and best execution venues, as well as highlight where service providers should compete or cooperate with the hyperscale providers, by exploring:
• Is there room for more hyperscale providers?
• How important are open source solutions such as OpenStack going forward?
• TCO of public, private or hybrid cloud options
 

There is no denying that AWS is the dominant public cloud provider at the moment. Does creating differentiation give other IaaS vendors, hosters, and private cloud and colocation providers a chance to compete tomorrow, and what does this mean for the choices end-users make today? This webinar will use Cloud Price Index data to connect the dots between customer requirements and best execution venues, as well as highlight where service providers should compete or cooperate with the hyperscale providers, by exploring:

¬∑         Is there room for more hyperscale providers?

¬∑         How important are open source solutions such as OpenStack going forward?

¬∑         TCO of public, private or hybrid cloud options

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