There are some processes in our human bodies that happen unconsciously.You know, like when you see a fully loaded BMW GS1200 go by – you’ve just got to look and wonder where it’s heading. The term Autonomic most often refers to the way our human body’s nervous system keeps us alive without any conscious intervention from us.
Climbing right to the Cloud is a great idea, but it can be a little scary unless you know where to go. A good map would help, and HP has a map just for that purpose. HP Cloud Maps use best practices to get you to your destination.
Rising up into the Cloud continues to be the number 1 topic on the minds of CIO’s and IT departments. There are so many myths surrounding the “Cloud and how to decide that which path is best suited for a company”. Almost all companies now know that resisting the move towards the cloud is not in their best interest, in fact it is the path leading to cloud which act as a major barrier in their decision.
In a White Paper published by HP about Cloud and some of the misconceptions related to cloud services I read some great information that helps ground my understanding of “THE CLOUD”. Here are a few excerpts from the paper.
HP moved to manufacturing operations for reel-to-reel tape products in the mid-70’s to new facilities in Boise. They rented a building and set up shop, bringing in a lot of people from Colorado and California to run it. I joined HP in 1977, just after they completed the first of 7 large buildings that formed the HP Boise campus. I’d go into more details on the evolution of HP in Boise, but that’s another story….