Hybrid Transformation Journey – Part 2
Part 2: Get the right advice to start your journey
A successful move to a hybrid infrastructure is a three-pronged approach that includes aligning business outcomes with technology decisions, shifting an organization’s operating model from one that is function-centric to one that is service-centric, and careful planning that focuses on security, data security, data sovereignty and privacy when dealing with multiple vendors, technologies and delivery models.
In Part 2 of a five-part series, these three facets – alignment, discovery and planning – are described in detail. Overall, the series explores how to plan, execute and run your hybrid environment, and provides examples of hybrid transformation journeys.
Part 2 also offers these top tips for your hybrid infrastructure journey:
- Your business outcomes should determine your delivery model.
- Multiple vendors should be considered when building your applications and infrastructure.
- Multivendor management capabilities must be developed.
- One model will not fit all organizations because not all workloads are suitable for cloud, and not all clouds are suitable for all workloads.
Read the full brief to learn more about mapping a successful journey to a hybrid infrastructure.