Cloud adoption consideration #3: Avoid overly technology-led approaches

Cloud adoption consideration #3: Avoid overly technology-led approaches

This is the third of a series of blog posts discussing the five main considerations critical to successful cloud adoption by enterprises.  If you missed them, the previous posts are here.

Today’s topic is about a common anti-pattern that we see – when organisations see cloud adoption as primarily a technology problem to solve. Continue reading

Cloud adoption consideration #2: Define and implement the revised operating model

Cloud revised operating model

This is the second of a series of blog posts discussing the five main considerations critical to successful cloud adoption by enterprises (if you missed it, the first post is here).  Today’s topic is the impact of cloud adoption on your operating model.

A common customer scenario goes like this.  We want to get the benefits of cloud computing.  But our organisation is so…slow…to…change and we have so much legacy to deal with.  So let’s set up a skunkworks team for application X that is coming up on the development roadmap, so that we can develop a small initial capability to design, deploy and operate a cloud-based solution.  So far, so sensible. Continue reading