To achieve the best outcomes, it's crucial to align ownership, cost models, and operations for each hosting environment. It involves targeting the right side of the cloud divide, whether in hybrid IT or the public cloud, based on workload characteristics. For instance, workloads with long application lifecycles, strict security or compliance requirements, and consistently high IOPS may be better suited for specific environments, while those with shorter lifecycles, seasonal demands, and lower security needs might thrive in other settings.
Cloud adoption is growing at an unprecedented pace; are you ready?
A vast majority of companies are using some form of cloud service, deploying hybrid cloud environments, and incorporating cloud technology for various applications, including confidential data storage. Tailoring a workload placement solution that suits your organization's unique requirements is essential. Assessing both current and future needs, avoiding a one-size-fits-all approach, and recognizing that requirements evolve over time are the keys to success in the cloud
To achieve the best outcomes, it's crucial to align ownership, cost models, and operations for each hosting environment.