‘Get Offa My Cloud’ —The Definitive Cloud Computing Playlist ♫


Happy Friday! Celebrate right with our top ten tracks for your cloud computing soundtrack, from oldies to funk to hip-hop, we’ve got something for everyone.

Get Off of My Cloud – The Rolling Stones

I imagine Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos humming this song to himself after revealing Amazon Web Services staggering 2014 cloud revenue.

Alternate title: Multitenancy Blues.

It’s Just a Cloud Away – Pharrell Williams

Rapid application development, storage solutions, data integration, CRM, ERP—it’s all just a cloud away.

Cloudy –  Simon and Garfunkel 

The predictions are in. 2015’s forecast? Cloudy.

Above The Clouds – Gangstarr feat. Inspectah Deck  Warning: Explicit Lyrics

This hip-hop classic goes out to all of the enterprises still balking at the thought of cloud adoption. What, you think you’re better than us???

Too Much Information – The Police 

If you feel that you relate to this song too much, please consult Solutions Review’s Data Integration site for help.

The Platform – Dilated Peoples 

Hey Satya Nadella, if Microsoft is a ‘platform company’ now, does that make this your new theme song?

Virtual Insanity – Jamiroquai

Jamiroquai was onto virtual machines 18 years ago. It’s a shame those hats never caught on, though. Also, why doesn’t my living room look like that? It’s 2015, we were supposed to have these things by now.

Computer Blue – Prince

This is how HP felt after being dropped from Gartner’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) magic quadrant for 2015. Why, Gartner? Why?

Just kidding, we all know why.   ♫ There must be something wrong with the machinery  ♫

No Compute – Funkadelic 

Looks like somebody is experiencing some downtime. Better talk to your vendor about that SLA again.

Computer Love – Zapp & Roger 

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Nathaniel Lewis

Nathaniel Lewis

Nathaniel Lewis is an editor at Solutions Review covering Mobile and Wireless enterprise technology.He has a degree in English from Saint Michael's College in Vermont and believes that the better we understand the technology of today, the more prepared we will be for the world of tomorrow.
Nathaniel Lewis

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