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A Surefire Recipe for Cloud Failure

March 28, 2012 No Comments

We love new technology, whether in the form of software or devices, though planning, strategy, and architecture aren’t as universally adored. But if you don’t understand both, you can count on huge project disasters as you move into the cloud. Unfortunately, far too many in IT are blindly in love with technology, especially as they consider the new-to-them cloud. I see this problem every day, so please heed this friendly warning.

Foundational planning for the use of cloud computing is an architectural problem. You need to consider the enterprise holistically, starting with the applications, data, services, and storage. Understand where it is and what it does.

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