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The cloud has become integral to most Internet-based applications and user gadgets. This article provides a brief history of the cloud and presents a researcher's view of the prospects for innovating at the infrastructure, middleware, and applications and delivery levels of the already crowded cloud computing stack.
Varghese , B , Leitner , P , Ray , S , Chard , K , Barker , A , Elkhatib , Y , Herry , H , Hong , C , Singer , J , Tso , F P , Yoneki , E & Zhani , M 2019 , ' Cloud futurology ' , IEEE Computer , vol. 52 , no. 9 , pp. 68-77 . https://doi.org/10.1109/MC.2019.2895307
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