- The use of abstraction in cloud complexity management (CCM)
- Service governance
- Complex processes in domains
- Leveraging AI systems from other systems
- Security in CCM
- Policy management, integration, and automation
- Leveraging AI to provide the basis of automation
- Multicloud and CCM
- On-premises systems
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Dave] Moving to the cloud offers flexibility and resiliency. However, getting the most out of your cloud journey requires a plan for managing the complexity that comes with rapid growth and perhaps a pass for architecture and design disciplines took a backseat to tactical needs. Cloud complexity management, or CCM for short, is a framework that helps your proactively manage the realities of cloud transformation. We're laying the foundation to achieve cloud computing's true potential. I'm going to teach this course using very pragmatic approaches based on current best practices and cite current obtainable technologies along with their suggested use. This won't be another abstract high level concept but true solutions that will remove much of the efforts of cloud complexity practiced using prothesis and tooling outlined here. Hi, my name's Dave Linthicum. I wish you a pleasant journey in learning about the world of cloud complexity management and what it can do for you and your cloud-enabled enterprise.
What you should know1m 33s
1. Data Domain
2. Services Domain
3. Process Domain
4. Cognitive Domain
5. Security Domain
6. Governance Domain
7. Automation Domain
8. Cloud Domain
9. On-Premise Domain
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