A Practical Guide to Cloud Deployment Technologies
We are pleased to announce the release of the “Practical Guide to Cloud Deployment Technologies, Version 1.0” discussion paper by the Object Management Group (OMG) Cloud Working Group. Satori’s Karl Scott led a cross-organization team to produce this concise and high-quality paper.
This guide will be very useful to users who may be confused by the proliferation of deployment options such as Bare Metal, Virtual Machines (VMs), Containers, Function-as-a-Service (FaaS)/Serverless, etc.
The objective of this guide is to define and position the cloud technologies that can be used to deploy cloud-based applications and services, and clarify how they differ in their implementation and use. There are many options available, and there is no right or wrong choice. Many organizations will need to implement more than one option. Accordingly, selecting the best option to support workloads while controlling complexity can be a daunting task. This practical guide will help developers, architects, and IT leaders make informed decisions and select the best technology for their specific needs. These technologies span storage, network, and compute services. This Practical Guide will focus on compute options.
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