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As the year comes to a close and the silly season of 'use it or lose it' IT budgets comes upon us, the software and hardware vendors in particular seem to relish in the chaos and madness that such inappropriate behaviour drives.
A lot of organisations are considering VMware Cloud on AWS as an attractive option for their Cloud platform because it enables them to rapidly migrate workloads to the Cloud with minimal or no downtime, as well as leverage Cloud benefits such as agility, scalability and the ability to move to a variable, rather than fixed, infrastructure cost model.
In a previous post, I wrote about how a quality business case can take a client from A to B, while accurately projecting the costs and saves associated with the initiative, thus reducing risk levels.
Transforming digital-ish assets on AWS- Using AWS machine learning services to transform core applications
An argument one often hears made about cloud migration is that, if you can just get your applications and workloads over to the platform, transforming them to use native cloud services will be simpler than trying to do it on the way in.
Conferences: they get a bad name as being a time waster but for the last 20 years, itSMF events have always taught me something.
We’re having a party at VC headquarters because this week is our ten-year anniversary!
We habitually use metrics, even when they are not relevant. Our instincts are based on deeply ingrained responses to situations and inherent investment biases (time & cost).
I suspect you are (yet again) in the midst of a large transformation program. And you were last year. And the year before. And …. you get the picture.