Overcoming the hesitation of senior executives when moving to cloud
As enterprises move to the next stage of cloud adoption, including the migration of mission-critical workloads, 83% of top executives are prepared to invest in next-generation cloud technology. But despite available budgets for this phase, two-thirds of senior executives are skeptical about the ability of their enterprises to successfully move to the cloud.
Some enterprises have used a formal cloud architecture design to help decrease senior executive skepticism. A formal cloud architecture design is a blueprint of the different components and subcomponents needed by an organization for cloud computing. It includes a roadmap that outlines the relationships between the components and subcomponents, and provides the required steps to reach the desired state and achieve business objectives.