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Google, Pivotal partner to wield open-source, build consistent target for cloud developers

Working across clouds can be a tricky business. A company’s clouds might come from different providers, run in private or in public, or just be highly customized to work with mission-critical legacy applications. Building a common standard for working across cloud platforms will be crucial for the future of cloud, according to Sam Ramji (pictured), vice president […] The post Google, Pivotal partner to wield open-source, build consistent target for cloud developers appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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