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Big Bang: The Story of How A Cloud Is Created

I believe most of us learned at school the theory of big bang which tries to explain the formation of the universe. “According to the Big Bang model, the universe, originally in an extremely hot and dense state that expanded rapidly, has since cooled by expanding to the present diluted state, and continues to expand today.” (source: Wikipedia).

Now how does the theory relate to the cloud computing? More than you can think of. You can use the same theory to create (not just explain) a new cloud. Just like the universe, a cloud is created from almost nothing to a fully running infrastructure over time. Think about most enterprises which do not yet have a cloud today, they will need a big bang to create an enterprise cloud.

Basic Elements of a Cloud

It’s important to understand what you want before taking any action. To operate a cloud,

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