- Jun 11, 2007
What if some of the cloud features are being supported by expensive hardware like 100s of DGX compute stacks? I just now made a realization that some of those cloud edition or SaaS may have been built on top of environments not reasonably accessible to others hosting and managing their own data centers. Could be partially why it’s so hard to get feature parity between SaaS/Cloud offerings and On Prem.
I do know there’s some demands being made of users for feature parity
Like I say with AMD GPUs - if that's the product they're offering and it appeals to me (and in this case appeals to me enough to forgo local/no internet support) - I have no problem buying it. Just whatever product/service that is, doesn't exist yet (in terms of existing, and appealing to me).
And as of right now I still like being able to turn on my lights by app (on phone/tablet/computer) or by physical (smart) switch when the internet is completely out - so what they're offering better be damn good