The adoption of public cloud computing has now become common place amongst digitally focused organisations both large and small.
In this digital economy, servicing our customers, shipping goods out the door, collecting payment and everything in between is totally reliant upon business applications.
Without proper governance of a cloud estate, it becomes all too easy for users to provision at will, thus leading to a significant sprawl in the estate. This in turns increases costs, and the complexity of the resulting environment is difficult to manage and support.
We’ve all heard, and often loathe, the term Blue Sky Thinking.
Three months ago, I landed in Dublin fresh off a 26 hour flight from ‘Straya (Australia for the uninitiated). Having spent 20 years of my career in the APAC region – renowned for being early and rapid adopters of new technologies, “cloud-first” was a ubiquitous term.
We are in the midst of a ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’, the emergence of cloud computing both public and private has enabled businesses to be far more dynamic and flexible in the way they deliver ICT services.
Auxilion, helping you understand the benefit of cloud or hybrid cloud deployments and whether they fit into your business model.
1. Flexibility: Use the scalability of the Microsoft cloud to grow your business on-demand and only pay for what you consume
Including "Power" in the name of anything is a fairly bold statement. If you add "Power" in front of something it's going to make it sound better. If you saw a sign for "Power Coffee" you would think that sounds better than regular coffee and probably go buy one!
To take as a starting point, in a recent article, InfoWorld looks at cloud workload portability and if it is a reality or not.
I have to give credit to Microsoft. I have worked with their technologies for more than 10 years mostly in the development space and looking at what they have available right now today and what is round the corner they look to be in an excellent position.