The scene: A trio of SysAdmins and an AppDev gather around the B440 server rack...
SysAdmin 1: "The MOSFET's burned away..."
SysAdmin 2: "Yes, just now... By the B440 itself."
SysAdmin 1: "Why?"
SysAdmin 2: "To halt batch processing..."
AppDev: "Of course! To bring the Extranet here...
-- -- To finish the transaction in real-time...
-- -- To dynamically link with the Extranet...!"
SysAdmin 3: "Capture God? The B440's liable to be in for one hell of a disappointment...!"
SysAdmin 2: "Perhaps not. The B440 must evolve. Its capacity has reached the limits of this server rack and it must evolve. What it requires of its God, is the answer to its question, 'Is there nothing more?'"
SysAdmin 3: "What more is there than the batch job, man?!"
AppDev: "Other application hosting paradigms, higher levels of resource distribution..."
SysAdmin 2 "The existence of which cannot be proven logically, therefore the B440 is incapable of accessing them."
SysAdmin 1: "What the B440 needs in order to evolve is a Cloudy quality... A Cloud's capacity to leap beyond run-of-the-mill job queuing..."
AppDev: "... and linking with the Extranet might accomplish that."
SysAdmin 3: "You mean that this machine wants to physically join with an external Cloud provider? Is that possible?"
AppDev: "Let' find out!"
SysAdmin 1: "Dude...!"
AppDev: "I'm gonna link the final library directly to the TCP stack..."
SysAdmin 3: "Dammit! You don't know what that will do to it!"
AppDev (reaching for the server rack's keyboard tray): "Yes, I do...!"
SysAdmin 1: "Dude, don't..."
AppDev: "Guys, I want this. As much as you wanted the server farm, ** I want this! **"
(The B440's console display starts to glow with an incandescent bitstream that spreads to surround the server rack. After a few moments, the bitstream funnels through a router and out the nearest T-1 line. The B440 and its related equipment soon powers off, leaving the SysAdmins and AppDev standing in stunned silence...)