Enterprise Cloud Strategy

by Barry Briggs, Eduardo Kassner

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Book Description

Enterprise Cloud Strategy - Guidance for enterprises looking for proven methods to take their application portfolio to the cloud.

What if you were able to achieve both efficiency and innovation in all business domains and applications across your entire portfolio? What if you could take advantage of the cloud and all of its resources and features to gain a "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts" effect? With a good road map and proven strategies to lead the way, you can.

Microsoft has done extensive research into what it means to move an enterprise environment with its application catalogue to the cloud.

In the recently published book "Enterprise Cloud Strategy" by Eduardo Kassner and Barry Briggs, we provide examples and learning experiences from Microsoft's own journey, as well as from those of our customers.

This open book is licensed under a Microsoft Open License. You can download Enterprise Cloud Strategy ebook for free in PDF format (15.9 MB).

Table of Contents

Part I
Chapter 1
The cloud, efficiency, and innovation
Chapter 2
The cloud: what is it?
Chapter 3
Journey to the cloud: the roadmap
Chapter 4
Part II
Moving to the cloud
Chapter 5
Building the capability
Chapter 6
Portfolio analysis
Chapter 7
Building and executing the plan
Chapter 8
DevOps makes teams more productive
Chapter 9
Cloud security and governance
Part III
A new age of IT
Chapter 10
To the cloud, and back again
Chapter 11
New application models
Chapter 12
It's all about the data
Chapter 13
AI transforms your business
Appendix A
Cloud architectural blueprints

Book Details

Computer Science
Microsoft Press
ISBN13 Digital
ISBN10 Digital
PDF Size
15.9 MB
Microsoft Open

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