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Hybrid Cloud Strategy

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Ground your hybrid cloud strategy in business realities
 
The focus needs to be on business objectives and approaches to achieve their vision,” Is the company looking to do acquisitions, spin off a business, start a new business unit, or save money? Answering these key questions lays the foundation for making technology decisions that are unencumbered by legacy assets. Different objectives have different business attributes, and therefore different technology attributes are needed to support them.”
 
Taking a business-centric approach to major technical and architectural decisions (such as hybrid cloud) can also help seed the agility that today’s IT teams increasingly need from the start – rather than just demanding teams “be more agile” after the fact to keep up with significant changes to technology strategy.
 
“Every business is different and has different requirements, but start with the ‘art of the possible’ – what are the desired business outcomes? This lays the foundation for the applications, infrastructure, and personnel,” Murphy says. “This also enables the business to be more integrated and connected, which is what separates those who are fast, agile, responsive, and efficient from those who aren’t.”
 
Hybrid cloud can actually improve standardization
Complexity is a common knock against hybrid cloud and other heterogeneous approaches to infrastructure. “But now we have to manage more things,” the thinking goes – and there can be some truth to it. With the right tools and processes you can actually increase standardization and consistency. Building a consistent model for development, operations, and security that works across any infrastructure.

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