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Ben Kepes is a technology evangelist, an investor, a commentator and a business adviser. His business interests include a diverse range of industries from manufacturing to property to technology. As a technology commentator he has a broad presence both in the traditional media and extensively online. Ben covers the convergence of technology, mobile, ubiquity and agility, all enabled by the Cloud. His areas of interest extend to enterprise software, software integration, financial/accounting software, platforms and infrastructure as well as articulating technology simply for everyday users.

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5 responses to “Which Apps To Move To The Cloud?”

  1. Peter Fretty (@pfretty)

    I love it! This perspective really plays to the fact that cloud success is most often a direct result of taking the time to assess organization needs (plenty of tools available to help like the one VMWare and HP offer for SMB), and then develop a strategic plan. Of course any good plan should be able to evolve as the organization grows.

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  3. reza malekzadeh

    Great stuff! We also believe that for an organization to see the maximum benefit out of moving to the cloud, it needs to pick the applications that are best suited for the move. In our experience, the best fits tend to be scale-out load balanced applications with stateless instances and batch processing applications. Often, true clouds are limited in the benefits they can provide to legacy applications, since these applications do not accommodate elasticity and do not tolerate the more unpredictable availability of any single server that the cloud datacenter operations model implies.

  4. Paul

    Great blog and I like how you use the onion as a metaphor.

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