There is the link with Ajax 1. Last week, Erik ten Hag, coach of Ajax 1, shared how he keeps his players fit and thus employable. Fit players deliver better performances and, thus, a higher result.
In the magazine Voetbal International Ten Hag says the following about the programme:
“Within a specific bandwidth, we look per week. But also per training, what each player approximately has to deliver. Of course, you also have to train at higher speeds because it is proven that if you don’t do that, you are more susceptible to muscle injuries. But if you do too much, you are again vulnerable to such injuries. So it’s a matter of steering continuously, of tailoring each player’s game.
And this analogy also applies to the workloads that applications must perform for the various processes in an organization. Not only speed and intensity but also in time, like a team. Sometimes we need top performance and sometimes it is possible to take it easy.
This is where Cloud can play a role—supporting the dynamics of the various application workloads within an organization in different ways and at other times. And monitor them and thus keep them fit.