Why Cloud-First is a misstep to Cloud-Smart

Today, we're going to talk to you a little bit about why Cloud First as a strategy ends up being a misstep on the way to Cloud Smart.

Why Cloud-First is a misstep to Cloud-Smart

March 9, 2020

Today, we're going to talk to you a little bit about why Cloud First as a strategy ends up being a misstep on the way to Cloud Smart. At D2IQ, we've been helping clients arrive at a cloud native position as an enterprise for the better part of a decade. What we've found is along the way, many of these folks started their journey to cloud with a Cloud First concept and ultimately arrived at a place that was untenable for the future of their enterprise. Now, we see a massive shift in the market at the highest levels of the federal government to embrace Cloud Smart as a posture. Core tenants of Cloud Smart include things like: leveraging prevailing open source in the enterprise; adopting a hybrid or multi cloud disposition in terms of the future of your infrastructure; and recognizing that not everything in the enterprise is destined for the cloud. What we want to do at D2IQ, is take this 10 plus years of experience in helping folks arrive at Cloud Smart and bring these lessons learned to your enterprise. So if you want to learn more about how to arrive at Cloud Smart in the smartest way possible, reach out today to D2IQ and/or one of our teammates so we can help.

Learn more about D2IQ: www.palmiq.com/d2iq

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