Sven Denecken Talks New Movements in Cloud Computing.

July 12, 2013
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By Adrian Bridgwater (from Cloud Pro.)

““Pretty soon I may need a new job title if you look at what is happening to cloud.”

That was the opening gambit tabled by SAP’s VP of strategy for cloud and on-demand solutions Sven Denecken when I met him at the firm’s UK customer forum earlier this month.

Denecken insists that SAP’s cloud strategy has not changed, but that the nature of cloud computing consumption is changing as it becomes more clearly regarded as a piece of “commodity computing” in every sense.

What he means by “commodity” is that point at which we come to regard cloud as an accepted element of business, rather than part of some major strategic shift in IT strategy.

“Mobile first software application development is now an accepted first and the same will follow for cloud,” said Denecken.

His “new job title” comment is either a smart way to get journalists to list his whole SAP job designation (we merely jest, he’s a nice guy), or it speaks of some wider perception shift in the cloud model.”

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