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The private cloud is now a peripheral to the public cloud

December 11, 2018

No matter if you’re looking at Microsoft’s Azure Stack, Amazon Web Services’s Outpost, or Google’s Kubernetes Engine (GKE) on premises, that emerging pattern is the same: placing an on-premises version of a pubic cloud’s cloud services that runs on hardware in the data center that you can see and touch.

In other words, the private cloud is becoming a public-cloud peripheral more than a traditional decoupled private cloud.

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