In this video, learn how to pick and start your first cloud project.
- [Instructor] It's my advice,…after doing this for 10 years,…that you take only a few applications at a time.…Those that try to do too much seem to fail,…and it becomes harder to recover.…Do a mix of new applications,…migration of old applications to see what that's like,…as well as new applications.…You'll find that some are easier than others,…and you should note what the differences are.…Finally, make sure you follow the previous video…and get the talent you need.…
The chances of success are directly related…to the quality of skills you have in house.…Think small, meaning that we're going to focus…on smaller groups of newer existing applications…to build or migrate onto our cloud.…Most mistakes that I see can be traced…to enterprises attempting to do too much too soon.…Think simple.…Migrating to too many brands of clouds…at the same time will spread yourself way too thin.…May sure that you pick a problem domain…that's simple to solve, using only a single Cloud platform.…
We can do more complex things with the next project.…
- Types of clouds: SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS
- Identifying the data and applications to move to the cloud
- Migrating planning
- Selecting a provider
- Cloud security
- Cloud operations
Skill Level Beginner
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