In order to talk about Cloud anything we need some definitions. The best working definition I have found is the NIST Cloud Definition. While it was first published in 2009, it was not until 2011 that I started to see it referenced in keynotes by the likes of Oracle, Microsoft, and other major technology companies. Without a doubt, in every case I have experienced, a fundamental understanding of this definition gives all stakeholders a common baseline to have informed discussions about where we all want to go. Below are links to the simplified interpretation used by my company and the full NIST publication which that is based on.
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