Posts Tagged ‘Public Cloud Platform’

Security Concerns

Tackle Security Concerns for Application Modernization

In our previous post, Create Your Transformation Roadmap for Application Modernization, we offered guidance to prepare your organization for successful cloud adoption. Part 2 of this series addresses some of the security concerns you may stumble upon in your cloud journey. We also share some best practices for infusing security across your organization. Questions about […]

Transformation Roadmap

Create Your Transformation Roadmap for Application Modernization

In our previous post, Multiple Paths to Cloud: Migrating Legacy Applications, we explored options that allow you to develop, deploy, and manage new applications on cloud but still continue using your existing data center. Next, we’ll provide guidance on planning and preparing your organization for successful cloud adoption. Part 1 highlights the importance of creating a […]

MQCSP structure

Multiple Paths to Cloud: Migrating Legacy Applications

In our previous blog post, Multiple Paths to Cloud: Taking a Cloud Native Approach, we discussed the importance of a unified plan for cloud adoption as well as the benefits of cloud native to build apps. In part two, we examine options for migrating legacy applications to the cloud. This path to cloud adoption has […]

Multiple Paths to Cloud: Taking a Cloud Native Approach

Cloud technologies support an increasing amount of digital transformation initiatives. While cloud isn’t the ultimate goal of transformation, it provides speed, innovation, and scale to re-imagine business in the digital age. This two-part series reveals the differences between cloud consumers within your company and the benefits of taking a cloud native approach. Consider Your Audience […]

Cloud MDM – Reference Architecture for Public Cloud Platform

Moving the MDM deployment to a cloud platform involves several considerations ranging from technical gotchas to getting the internal buy-in. Getting the buy-in is a different topic of discussion – see my earlier posts on Data Governance. The advantages of moving to cloud eliminates some of the administrative and server farms related maintenance tasks but […]