October 7th, 2011: Data Center Knowledge
by Rich Miller
It seems that every time a high-profile Internet service goes down, pundits predict that it will undermine confidence in cloud computing. And yet through 2010 the cloud model has shown surprisingly resilience in the face of this “headline risk,” continuing to gain momentum and mindshare.
But that may be changing. High-profile service outages at Amazon and Microsoft have made some prospects wary of placing business applications on cloud computing services, and have altered the way many existing customers deploy their services, according to analysts from The 451 Group.
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