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The Real Economics of Private Cloud Computing - Slide 4

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With a new application, a company will frequently have no idea how many resources it’s going to need to perform optimally in its cloud architecture. If it’s an old application, an organization often has no idea about what type of resources it will need in a cloud environment unless the organization has tested it. Companies may want to think about setting up test environments for new or existing applications in order to gain insight into application performance and whether they are cloud-ready.

 

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