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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Stop Governance Bloat Before it Happens

Posted on July 23, 2013

The best way to eliminate governance bloat and waste is to prevent it in the first place. There is no substitute for proper governance planning and execution. A solid governance planning effort will ensure you are focusing on critical governance requirements with your investment in governance, and that you are not implementing governance without a […]

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Introduction to Avoiding Governance Bloat

Posted on July 22, 2013

Governance initiatives are high priorities for organizations today. Whether the governance emphasis is service-oriented architecture (SOA) governance, information technology (IT) governance, or one of the many derivatives of SOA and IT governance, governance initiatives are here to stay. However, we have observed many cases where governance initiatives have lost their effectiveness over time, or worse, […]

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Webinar: The Next Generation IT Architecture

Posted on May 17, 2013

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The IT Architecture of the Future is Already Here—Are You Adapting?

Posted on May 9, 2013

The challenges posed by the Next Generation IT Architecture are many.  However, the biggest challenge facing CIOs today is the fact that this architecture is already here.  It is not the future, but today’s current situation.  The future has already happened; you just did not know it. .  Achieving this this vision of the Next […]

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Titans of Technology: Pioneers of Next Generation IT Architecture

Posted on May 2, 2013

Today’s technology landscape is dominated by four technology giants: Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. These four pioneering companies are the faces of the four biggest technology trends that are affecting all corporate, commercial and public sector organizations today: Social media Cloud computing Big Data Mobile technology The shift to these technologies presents nearly limitless opportunities […]

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The New Drivers of IT Architecture

Posted on April 18, 2013

The IT architecture of the future is here. But it was not engineered by CIOs, CTOs or Chief Architects of major corporate enterprises—in fact, quite the opposite. The IT architecture of the future has been imposed upon major enterprises by outside forces of change and innovation beyond the control of the IT organizations. The IT […]

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