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Too Many Imperatives, Too Little Time

By Bob Winter

As Managing Director for part of 451’s Advisory team, I work with clients across all of the 451 channels. My team in particular is charged with helping marketers answer the most vexing questions their customers are asking them, using a combination of custom research and analyst insights.

Usually about mid-year, it becomes clear to me that there are three or four questions that thread through the dozens of engagements we do every year.

This year those questions, of course, can all be tracked back to “The Cloud”.

Specifically, it has become clear that the cloud is entering the “Early Majority” market, where mainstream, conservative businesses are embracing the move to a hybrid cloud model of digital architecture.

Some of the questions this raises are:
-How do we determine what workloads to move to the cloud?
-How do I adjust my development model to adapt to this transition?
-How do I deploy in this blurred environment where Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service(PaaS) and Containers seem to be converging and offering multiple options to achieve the same result?
-What are the risks – and benefits – of moving my applications? 

We address these answers in a Black and White paper we did recently for Red Hat entitled:

“THE IMPERATIVE FOR HYBRID IT: CLOUD AND INNOVATION IN THE MODERN ERA” By Donnie Berkholz, Research Director, Development, DevOps and IT Ops, 451 Research

You can download the paper here.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me: bob.winter@the 451group.com, or Donnie Berkholz: donnie.berkholz@451research.com.
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