Cloud Abstraction and Integration Functions

Posted on August 12, 2014

The following is the third excerpt in a series of three from the whitepaper, Brokering Your Way to Cloud Computing Success. For more information on Cloud brokering strategy and philosophy and to receive the whitepaper, join the live webinar on Thursday, August 21: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/REGISTER/416594561 If you have not yet read the previous two posts, catch up […]

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Cloud Brokering and Market Place Functions

Posted on August 6, 2014

The following is the second excerpt in a series of three from the whitepaper, Brokering Your Way to Cloud Computing Success. For more information on Cloud brokering strategy and philosophy and to receive the whitepaper, join the live webinar on Thursday, August 21st: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/416594561 If you have not yet read the previous post, The Cloud: Problem […]

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The Cloud: Problem and Solution

Posted on August 6, 2014

The following is an excerpt from the whitepaper, Brokering Your Way to Cloud Computing Success. For more information on Cloud brokering strategy and philosophy and to receive the whitepaper, join the live webinar on Thursday, August 21st: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/416594561 Cloud computing adoption is accelerating as Cloud enablement technologies, Cloud management tools, and Cloud application development frameworks mature. […]

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Webinar: The Three Pillars of Cloud Computing Success

Posted on August 19, 2013

Cloud computing is being adopted at a furious pace, which is not surprising given the compelling benefits that this technology offers.  The many benefits Cloud offers will ultimately be realized as this technology matures and becomes mainstream.  However, a number of Cloud computing obstacles and challenges remain to be addressed, including security concerns, immature industry […]

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Three Pillars of Cloud Computing: Cloud Management

Posted on August 12, 2013

This post is part three in our series on the Three Pillars of Cloud Computing.  To begin your introduction to the Three Pillars, check out our posts Introduction to the Three Pillars of Cloud Computing, Pillar 1: Cloud-Centric Leadership, and Pillar 2: Cloud Governance. Cloud management is a very emerging capability, and yet is an […]

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Three Pillars of Cloud Computing: Cloud Governance

Posted on August 6, 2013

Cloud computing presents a number of challenges and obstacles that must be addressed, including security, lack of industry API standards, and ensuring Cloud portability, interoperability and integration. All of these challenges and obstacles, along with the risk and uncertainty that accompanies any new technology, can be overcome through AgilePath’s Three Pillars of Cloud Computing Success […]

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Three Pillars of Cloud Computing: Cloud-Centric Leadership

Posted on August 1, 2013

This post is part four in our series on the Three Pillars of Cloud Computing.  To begin your introduction to the Three Pillars, check out our posts Introduction to the Three Pillars of Cloud Computing. The first, and most important pillar of Cloud computing success, is Cloud-Centric Leadership.  Cloud-centric Leadership refers to the necessary vision […]

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AgilePath Introduces Three Pillars of Cloud Computing Success, Setting Standard for Cloud Leadership Governance and Management

Posted on July 23, 2013

Cloud computing is being adopted at a furious pace, which is not surprising given the compelling benefits that this technology offers.  The many benefits Cloud offers will ultimately be realized as this technology matures and becomes mainstream.  However, a number of Cloud computing obstacles and challenges remain to be addressed, including security concerns, immature industry […]

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The Cloud Legacy Migration Curve

Posted on March 18, 2013

In our previous post, we detailed the process of legacy portfolio analysis. Evaluating a legacy portfolio for potential migration to the Cloud requires a slightly modified legacy portfolio analysis process. Some categories are similar, but there are key differences when evaluating legacy applications for migration to the Cloud.  Below is the Legacy Migration Curve modified […]

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Evaluating Your Legacy Portfolio – “Open at Your Own Risk”

Posted on March 11, 2013

Do you actually know what’s in your enterprise’s legacy application portfolio? Register for the “Legacy Portfolio Migration in the Age of Cloud Computing” webinar now.  When the legacy portfolio is opened and analyzed, the contents may be surprising. A legacy portfolio contains more than just applications.  It also includes legacy data and integrations that have […]

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