By Gary Thome, VP and chief engineering at HPE, Software-defined and Cloud Group
Technology, like everything else, has trends or cycles.

Cloud started more than 10 years ago and was the hot, new tech trend.

But now…are things starting to shift again? Are organizations thinking twice before automatically moving essential workloads to the public cloud?The answer is yes – and for a variety of reasons.

A few born-in-the-cloud companies have now moved from the public cloud back to on-premises data centers – DropBox is a high-profile example.

And the public cloud performance (or lack thereof) was a big reason why.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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