The big things that don't seem to work well in cloud computing are mix-and-match servers, spinning disks and relational databases, according to general agreement among cloud-computing supporters at the Structure 09 Conference in San Francisco. Amazon's Werner Vogels noted that users don't have to move everything they do into the "cloud" at one time. "This is not a winner-take-all game," he said.

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