Predictions for 2013    Big and Bit Players Will Jump into the All Flash-Array Market with Both Feet                      ...
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Jay Kidd Predictions in IT for 2013

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A few weeks ago at our annual partner conference NetApp Insight, Jay Kidd made the prediction that by 2017 everyone who works in IT will have to think like a service provider. Whether you work for a company that is offering IT as a service to your customers – the set of customers who write you checks – or you work inside an enterprise, and provide IT to the company who writes your paycheck, you’re in the service provider business. And delivering IT as a service requires different thinking. Below are a few technology predictions to look for in 2013 as we make the march towards IT as a service.

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Jay Kidd Predictions in IT for 2013

  1. 1. Predictions for 2013 Big and Bit Players Will Jump into the All Flash-Array Market with Both Feet 30% of Organizations Will Move Some Part of Their Enterprise Application Portfolio to the Cloud There Will Be a Double Standard in Hypervisors In-Memory Computing Will Create a New Class of Transpredictive Apps Clustered Storage Will Drive Efficiency in Storage Operations Converged Infrastructures Will Replace Single-Vendor Stack ModelsEnterprise Alternatives to Public Drop Boxes Will Gain Traction Object Storage Will Be in the EnterpriseThe PaaS Shootout Will Lead to Vendor Cooperation and Openness The “Software-Defined Infrastructure” Will Become Tangible 3 Will Fail and 30 Will Start

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