If you are a Data Center Manager, you probably have a lot of pressure to articulate why managing an in-house Data Center is preferred over one of the numerous Public Cloud offerings such as AWS, Azure, SoftLayer, and the like. If you are at all familiar with pop music from the 1980s, then I think The Bangles  knew something about the future of Data Center operations. They might have slightly misinterpreted their pastry-loving policemen, thinking they said, “Way oh, way oh,” but in fact, I think the cops were trying to tell us something about the future of Data Center Operations. I think they said: “A-O-A-O…” and that is what the SDDC movement is all about.
I have a secret to tell you. It is a secret that people from my new town have managed to keep quiet for a long time. In sharing this secret, I am violating an unwritten rule, but I feel this secret is too good to keep quiet any longer…
Words are powerful. Words can build people up or tear them down. Words can change a life or end a life. Words can make a difference. Words can change the world. Words can inspire. Words can ensue fear or doubt. Words can make people laugh or cry. Words are powerful.