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All the talk about public cloud services and DevOps
By: Jason Bloomberg
Oct. 15, 2015 07:00 PM
Change is historically considered dangerous in IT, but IT teams must now be flexible and tolerant to keep up with today’s business pace. Their tools need to be change tolerant too. Moogsoft’s VP of Worldwide Technical Services, John Villasenor, explains the case for change tolerance in IT in his latest installment in NetworkComputing.
In an effort to meet IT’s dual responsibilities, IT leaders are considering “bimodal IT.” Bimodal IT promises to create more business innovation, yet IT C-levels are still wondering how to best implement it organizationally. Find out how some IT leaders and CIOs are viewing bimodal IT in this recent article featured on ComputerWorld.
Not everyone thinks bimodal IT is a great idea. Some consider Gartner’s avocation of it as too simplified and a “recipe for disaster,” as it can encourage IT management to shift their transformative efforts away from the slow, mode 1 IT (where there is also much room for innovation). Read more about the concerns of bimodal IT in Jason Bloomberg’s recent article featured on Forbes.
Despite all the talk about public cloud services and DevOps, you would think the move to cloud for enterprises is clear and simple. But in a survey of almost 1,600 IT decision makers across the USA and Europe, the state of the cloud in enterprise today is still fraught with considerable frustration. The business case for apps in the real world cloud is hybrid, bimodal, multi-platform, and difficult. Download this report commissioned by NTT Communications to see the insightful findings – registration is required.
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