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    As Google enters the IaaS market, enterprises have yet another cloud API choice to make. Yet, taking a wait-and-see-who-wins approach could cost them.

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    SaaS and PaaS services create more application integration problems than either IaaS or even private IT. Hybrid clouds can help.

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  • Rackspace pushes bare-metal cloud amid shaky future

    Rackspace is pushing bare-metal IaaS and containerization as it faces an uncertain future.

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    As IaaS spending is still lackluster in the enterprise, is the cloud market ready for a strategy shift toward platform services?

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    As IaaS prices continue to fall and dilute already thin margins, IaaS providers must reposition their offering as a cloud services building block.

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