Cloud computing is that magnificent technology that every day poses as a great umbrella for all the digital activities we have going on, from ordering our groceries online to keeping track of asset logistics across the globe.
If you are one of our avid blog followers, you will remember Josh’s 6 principles of modern data architecture. If you need a refresher, here is the first one: “Treat data as a shared asset.” You might be asking, what does this have to do with cloud computing? Read on to find out...
A Great Story Board
A February 2018 451 Research Report takes us through the engaging set of ups and downs that the journey of adopting a cloud technology entails. Analysts Owen Rogers, William Fellows and Jean Atelsek have identified and showed us the 4-step cycle of cloud consumption migration and implementation that you need to know about when looking to invest in the promise that cloud computing offers.
Expectations and Options
Cloud computing offers an unrivaled set of options that also trigger some expectations when making the decision to take the leap.
Flexibility and scalability, last year, over 25% of enterprises took a step forward to cloud computing with the confidence that it would be a great strategy for their storage needs. Pay-per-use models are a no brainer when businesses experience swift growth periods and need to adapt quickly to change.
Strictly related to the flexibility factor described above, cost effectiveness is another main driver to cloud adoption. Not being tied to a physical set of hardware and being able to decide how much to use and when to use it translates into significant reduction of operational costs.
In this report, 451Research highlights each one of the steps and factors that are needed to take into consideration to make your cloud adoption a successful task. The report focuses on the following aspects:
We invite you to read the full report here and learn more about how you can make a difference today!