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Call me surprised: Google takes a step in the “public cloud vendors offering private” race

If you had asked me, a year or so ago, which of the three largest public cloud vendors was most likely to offer a compelling hybrid cloud offering, I would have said Microsoft without a doubt. After all, AWS is vehemently adamant that the public cloud is the right way forward, and that anything less than that is highly sub-optimal. Microsoft, on the other hand, has an extensive pedigree as an on-premises vendor, has been talking about hybrid cloud (via a couple of different initiatives) for the longest time and arguably has the most extensive footprint of traditional enterprise customers – those most likely to demand a hybrid offering.

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