Planetary-Scale Cloud OS Could Reshape Internet as We Know It

The Internet is a global network that connects most of the planet, but in its most basic form, the Web only connects the world at a networking level, enabling disparate endpoints to connect to servers and to each other.

The Internet today doesn’t have a planetary-scale cloud operating system, where applications and policy can move seamlessly from one node to another, across different vendor platforms and stacks. However, that is now changing, thanks to the cloud.