Hey guys. I'm doing a little research on cloud computing, for a talk I'm
giving this week. I'd like to give it some extra depth, so I'm asking some
folks in other modern sysadmin environments a few questions. I'm looking for
people running cloud infrastructure, not one-service-per-box type
environments. And I know so few people who do this sort of work outside of
Could you do me a big favour, and pass these around to any folk you know
who might be able to answer ?
- What makes the job of a modern cloud-oriented sysadmin hard ?
- What is the hardest thing about finding the right people to do the job
I won't be attributing quotes to specific people or companies. Just pulling
out memes & highlighting trends. I won't even use the wording. Anyway,
anything you could do to help. I would be *delighted* if I could find people
in Microsoft/HP etc. doing this.
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