The distributed nature of the modern technology world is exciting, promising—and really, really hard to keep track of. Instead of monolithic hardware and software stacks in a data center, technology resources exist—ideally—wherever and however they’re most effective.
That means that cloud applications can be delivered from many different locations to many different users, and that various pieces of the infrastructure could be hosted or delivered by as many outside providers. And the applications multiply quickly, as do the servers and memory storing this constantly created new information.
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