A few weeks ago, Amazon Web Services (AWS) held its third and final North American summit in New York City. These events, held around the world, are designed to educate new customers about the AWS platform and offer existing customers deep technical content to be more successful with AWS. Their presence and attendance numbers also a key indicator of how prevalent public cloud discussions are becoming when IT outlines its plans for the next generation of their data centers. Today, IT organizations, especially the enterprise, are attempting to rationalize where the public cloud – AWS, Azure, Google, etc. – makes not only technical sense
Whether your enterprise is looking to eliminate “Shadow IT,” to continue driving a hybrid cloud initiative or to build a “cloud first” strategy for application deployment, there are questions and pitfalls related to not only the technology and security, but also the skillsets, organizational structure, and operational changes. It’s for these reasons, that AHEAD developed our Public Cloud Practice, headed by Eric Terrell.
Drawing from his experience formulating and championing a public cloud realization strategy for a global SaaS
Still trying to rationalize your adoption journey to the public cloud? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. As our Public Cloud Practice Manager, Eric Terrell is focused on aiding enterprise clients with their cloud adoption initiatives. This isn’t your parents’ data center, so Eric published a white paper to help. Inside, you’ll learn a bit more about the key differences in managing operations in a public cloud, and dispel some common myths of operating workloads there. Check it out below and always feel free to reach out with additional questions.