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Small number[edit]

The docs say this "should have a small number (5–10) of the best available examples of each layer. This results in having the major players being listed in the transcluded template, with lesser competitors receiving more prominence in articles' "See also" or "Competitors" sections. It's better to have just one list that is maintained centrally. If that means having forty names in the list, it isn't a great problem. Ideally the "Cloud computing comparison article would do the job, but right now it is so incomplete that it's almost useless. - "Pointillist ("talk) 15:09, 9 September 2013 (UTC)

Now that the industry has grown significantly since I created the template, it's getting fairly bloated (it's always been a bit of a "WP:COATRACK). I wonder if it wouldn't make more sense for us to move to generic articles rather than specific products & services. It would already be useful to clear out things that aren't good examples of cloud computing (e.g. libvirt), as the purpose of the template is to use good examples to demonstrate what cloud computing is, not use heavily trafficked pages to direct visitors to unknown projects. -- "samj in"out 07:58, 7 July 2014 (UTC)

AliCloud[edit]

"AliCloud (or Aliyun) is a rising cloud computing platform in China now, but it does not have separate page here on Wikipedia (currently redirected to Alibaba Group). Should I add it in anyways? "Zamaster4536 ("talk) 11:58, 28 November 2015 (UTC)

Adding Tsuru (PaaS) in the Platform session[edit]

Tsuru PaaS in getting momentum mainly in Brazil and in other countries as well, being a great open source platform, very easy to deploy and use — Preceding "unsigned comment added by Magnotorres ("talk • "contribs) 00:34, 21 December 2015 (UTC)

Template:Cloud storage[edit]

Can we please have similar template but only for "Amazon Glacier and others?

See "Category:Cloud storage. "Ushkin N ("talk) 03:22, 31 July 2016 (UTC)

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