Interesting article over at sdtimes.com which helps sheds light on some of the current thoughts coming from the larger cloud players on interoperability.
I found the comments made by Adam Selipsky, vice president of product management and developer relations for Amazon Web Services particularly interesting.
Amazon, which provides cloud-based storage and computing services, believes that allowing customers to do "whatever they want" is vital, said Adam Selipsky, vice president of product management and developer relations for Amazon Web Services.
"We are open and continue to be. Customer choice is our philosophy; we offer a la carte services," said Selipsky. He noted that customers can program in any language, and that its emphasis on delivering low-level infrastructure services, such as hosted environments, does not force customers to make choices that only apply to that environment.
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