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Why is it that in all the introductions to cloud computing we read, the emphasis on processing power is unaccounted for?

The cloud is processing power.  The cloud is having 100s or even 1,000s of servers doing work for you for pennies on the dollar.  The cloud is about having access to an infrastructure that IT departments drool over.  The cloud gives you the ability to turn on servers like turning on all the lights at Wrigely, but at the cost of just a few incandescent bulbs.

So much of the cloud is about power.  We shouldn’t miss that point.  It’s a big one.

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