The top 10 Thoughts on Cloud articles of 2016

top 10 articles 20162016 has been a year of twists and turns.

The news of the year has often been surprising and occasionally been shocking. In the world of cloud computing, the surprises have come in the form of innovative, clever ways cloud technology is being put to use. From facilitating live-streaming video from space missions to enabling medical professionals to engage with patients in unforeseen ways, cloud computing had a huge impact on the year.

And by all indications, there’s plenty more to come. Much of the cloud computing news of 2016 focused on exponential growth in need and demand, which will reach into the following year and beyond. That growth, along with integrating cloud computing into existing infrastructure, was clearly on the mind of many Thoughts on Cloud readers in 2016.

Here are the top 10 stories on Thoughts on Cloud for 2016:

10. Houston, we’re live streaming: Cloud video brings NASA missions to Earth
9. Why IBM is tripling its cloud data center capacity in the UK
8. IBM expands partner ecosystem for VMware users moving to the cloud
7. Hybrid cloud integration in 7 easy steps
6. Why VMware on IBM Cloud matters
5. Finding Tanmay Bakshi
4. How Cloud Foundry is helping Kaiser Permanente build “systems of engagement”
3. Keeping visibility, control and security simple with hybrid cloud
2. Daily highlights from IBM Interconnect 2016
1. Hybrid cloud facilitates big changes in a short time

If there any stories you would like us to cover in 2017, please let us know in the comments below.

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