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Moving Workloads to the Clouds

David Spark published 16 tips for moving your workloads to the clouds. Contrary to the usual useless nonsense coming down from hybrid cloud evangelists (you know, the people who moved from “VMs following the sun” to “seamless hybrid cloud workload mobility”) some of the tips actually make sense, starting with “Have a real reason for the migration”. Enjoy!

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  1. Hi Ivan, another point to consider ( if you believe in Hybrid Cloud :) ) would be workload mobility with the ability to use LISP as a hybrid cloud solution - extending subnets without extending the VLAN etc


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