It’s time to change your cloud operating model


Enterprises need to change workflows and internal processes around the use of public cloud computing. There, I said it.

Organizations understand that the cloud has a huge impact on how they work. This includes the ability to improve agility and efficiency. Cloud computing can be adopted in ways that are most productive for the business.

The process of defining the future state of workflows and organizational behavior around the use of cloud computing is called a “cloud operating model.” This means defining how people, technology, and resources work together to design, develop, and deploy workloads on the public cloud.

So, how do you build one of these things?

If you’re starting from scratch, first make sure that most of the stakeholders are on board with the fact that changes are needed, and that we’re doing this to take advantage of new technology in productive ways.

Moreover, watch out for office politics. Changing operational models is a good time to push a hidden personal agenda. I’ve seen this pop up a few times, and it’s disturbing.



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