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Cloud Is Inevitable

In this post, Cloud Architect, Tim Perry, suggests that we are ‘crossing the chasm’ of cloud adoption and approaching a boom in cloud consumption.

  • Cloud Adoption
  • Cloud Trends

The Rise Of The Citizen Developer

The term 'Citizen Developer' is sneaking into more vendor keynotes, analyst reports, and tech blogs. But what does it mean? Never fear, Chris Bunch, General Manager of Cloudreach's AWS Practice, breaks it down and suggests what the emergence of 'citizen developers' could mean for businesses in the near future.

  • Cloud Trends

Opportunity Cost: The Cost Of Not Moving To The Cloud

In this post, Cloud Strategist, Jeff DeVerter, addresses the commonly asked question: How much will it cost me to move to the Cloud? Jeff suggests it will cost you more if you don't move to the Cloud.

  • Cloud Adoption
  • Cloud Trends

Secret CxO Roundtable: Agile And Adaptable Organisations

In September, the Cloudbusting Podcast team held a roundtable discussion with CxOs from seven enterprises at different stages in their cloud journey.

  • Cloud Trends
  • Agile
  • Adap Org

Hybrid Cloud - Part Of The Journey Or A Destination?

Cloudreach still believes that all future applications will live on public cloud platforms and our focus remains on how to maximize the value from helping customers make that transition. However, as enterprises are now embracing the public cloud more comprehensively there is a need to widen our focus, and accept that hybrid is a state that we should support.

  • Cloud Adoption
  • Cloud Trends
  • Public Cloud
  • Technical Insights

Top 8 Trends In Cloud Computing And How Companies Can Prepare For 2020

In this post, we take a closer look at the current state of Cloud Computing and identify several emerging trends that leaders should be mindful of in 2020.

  • Cloud Trends

Capital One: Still Not a Cloudy Problem

An issue with accessibility caused headlines for Capital One

  • Industry Insight
  • Cloud Trends
  • Security

Operations Model vs Operating Model

A Cloud Operating Model and Cloud Operations Model are invaluable resources for enterprises adopting the Cloud. While they sound identical they have very different roles to play in your transformation.

  • Cloud Adoption
  • Cloud Trends

Capital One: Not A Cloudy Problem

Capital One’s data breach will be held up as a failure for public cloud. In fact, it’s anything but.

  • Industry Insight
  • Security
  • Cloud Trends

Why Do You Need A Cloud Operating Model?

Moving to the cloud is a huge opportunity to change your entire business. However, in order to realise the benefits of cloud transformation, your operating model will also need to change. Here are some reasons why...

  • Cloud Adoption
  • Cloud Trends