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What is the Enterprise Cloud?

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What is the Enterprise Cloud?

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The Enterprise Cloud is a managed platform that gives you the power to provision in minutes computing resources for your mission-critical applications. The Enterprise Cloud lets you control a pool of processing, storage and networking resources and allows you to deploy server capacity on demand. The Enterprise Cloud abstracts the hardware layer (servers and networks) while still giving you control of your operating systems and applications.

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