Originally published on Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Enterprise.nxt digital publication.
A successful cloud migration is more than just moving workloads. It’s a cultural shift that involves technology, people, and business processes all focused on the same goal.
Put your cloud migration on the right path. Experts examine the issues to consider before, during, and after this transformative process. Report – 3.86 MB – 47 Pages
Every cloud project is different, but best practices help manage the challenges that may crop up along the way. Companies most successful in integrating cloud are open to changing how they operate to align with the needs of cloud projects. Take a step back and plan. Support a culture of cloud learning, and provide opportunities for people to take on new cloud roles. Open up new lines of communication to get departments thinking along the same lines.
Cloud initiatives can be difficult to pull off. But with a little ingenuity, the right people in the right roles dedicated to the effort, and a prescriptive methodology, cloud initiatives can transform your business for the future.
What you’ll find inside:
Section 1: Preparing for your cloud transformation
- How to do cloud the right way: 7 best practices for success
Section 2: Making the move to cloud
- Engaging talent: The cloud transition model for your people
- Finding the right IT mix for your company
- Why continuous improvement is critical to master early
Section 3: Streamlining cloud operations
- Six principles to consider for streamlined cloud operations
- Governance models in a new cloud world
Applying best practices to your cloud migration helps ensure a successful and productive result for your business. Experts look at the issues organizations need to consider before, during, and after this transformative process.
Copyright 2020 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP. Originally published on Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s thought leadership platform “Enterprise.nxt.” https://www.hpe.com/us/en/insights/reports/expert_advice_cloud_transformation-2001.html. Reproduced with Permission.