Book: Tune into the Cloud

By Gregor Petri (2017)

Tune into the Cloud is a collection of the cloud computing blog posts that Gregor Petri published on the GBN, the employee Blog Network of his employer, collected here for convenient offline reading.

“When I was encouraged by our PR department to start writing a regular industry column in Dutch for the publication Cloudworks.nu, I decided to use music tunes and music albums as the central theme for my musings on cloud computing and the impact I expected it to have on both the IT industry and the IT profession.

These are the English versions of these columns, as previously published on my employers’ blog site: the Gartner Blog Network.”

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The Spotify Playlist of this blog is available here https://open.spotify.com/user/gregorpetri/playlist/4ie7kKgHeRAeYXn75D03ZC

The original posts can be found at http://blogs.gartner.com/gregor-petri/.
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