Sebastian Stadil has been managing cloud environments for years as the creator of the Scalr project and founder of the startup he built to commercialize it. It’s his business to know how the various public clouds work, and to understand how Scalr’s customer are using them. He came on the Structure Show podcast this week to share what he’s been seeing and how he thinks it bodes for the future of cloud computing.
It’s an interesting interview that touches on just about every cloud around, including Rackspace, IBM Softlayer and Google, and is heavy on speculation about how the OpenStack ecosystem will unfold. Here are four quick highlights, but anyone interested in hearing Stadil’s insights on usage trends and prediction should listen to the whole thing.
On Amazon Web Services’ move into IT management tooling
“Having worked with Amazon for…
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