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NIST Seeks Input from Cloud Users

cloudThe National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking input from industry to develop a user guide for cloud systems, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday.

The NIST released a draft document that outlines the attributes to a user’s cloud experience and describes user requirement for a cloud platform, according to the report.

NIST plans to incorporate the input into the next installment of the cloud computing technology roadmap due for release in the next six months, the station reports.

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