Cloud adoption: The good design decisions that will get you there faster

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New businesses are often created with agility at their core. Many are already taking advantage of cloud technology and understand its impact on growth and relevancy. For other organizations, adopting cloud computing can be a much bigger challenge. How do these organizations accelerate the adoption of cloud computing and how can they do it in a low risk way, without impacting existing systems?

 

 

Successful cloud adoption relies on successful architecture, and this applies to any enterprise regardless of age, size or systems. Good design decisions in the early stages are key to successful cloud adoption, and here’s why.  

 

Successful cloud adoption is just like any other business problem that needs to be solved. You need to understand the problem and the outcome you are seeking. Without these two essential elements it can be difficult to know where to start or how to secure the right result.


Mike Revitt was the global head of Managed Platform as a Service at DXC Technology, with an emphasis on our Oracle partnership.

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