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A blueprint for digital transformation: the HPE Edge-to-Cloud Adoption Framework

How can your businesses build a cloud strategy for workloads while also tackling the big-picture questions around people and skills, security, operations and more? This comprehensive HPE model provides the guidance you need.

By Richard Amos, Global Transformation Strategist, HPE Pointnext Services

HPE-Pointnext-Services-Edge-to-Cloud-Adoption-Framework.pngDigital transformation changes how an organization works, just as much as it changes where and how services are delivered and consumed. Businesses are moving towards a cloud-everywhere strategy that encompasses a cloud services approach for workloads that remain on-premises or at the edge.

That has big implications for their business models. So how do they tackle both workload optimization and, at the same time, the big-picture questions around people and skills, DevOps, security, operations and more?

I explore that question in a recent article at CIO.com titled Does workload placement define the cloud principles? What do you think? As I note in the article, “Many firms today are operating in a multi-modal approach, where some parts of the organization are straining to utilize modern delivery approaches and other parts are resisting the transformation.” What’s needed is a comprehensive, vendor-agnostic model that can enable buy-in and ensure that the benefits of cloud are achieved everywhere.

The HPE Edge-to-Cloud Adoption Framework is just such a model, covering both workload placement and overall cloud principles. Read the CIO.com article to learn:

  • Why businesses are choosing a cloud everywhere strategy, and the key areas that need to transform
  • Why the HPE Edge-to-Cloud Adoption Framework is unique
  • How the Framework’s actionable backlogs enable consistent collaboration and sustainable execution.

The HPE Edge-to-Cloud Adoption Framework is an invaluable tool for digital transformation, and it can ease many of the friction points where business unit demand rubs up against IT’s enablement capacity.

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Richard Amos.PNGRichard Amos is a Global Transformation Strategist with over 20 years of experience and success in transformational strategy development as a technology leader. He is experienced in building vision and leading change that enables business outcomes. Prior to joining HPE, Richard led technology for a global investment management firm.

 


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