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张晖:Experience-Centric Software Defined Infrastructure

该文档来自于Co-Founder and CEO of Conviva, Professor of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon 张晖在2014中国大数据技术大会主会的演讲“Experience-Centric Software Defined Infrastructure”。
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