dcsimg

Attack the Stack: 5 Tips for Successful Cloud Deployment

Email     |    
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Next Attack the Stack: 5 Tips for Successful Cloud Deployment-4 Next

Do Not Accept Defeat

Ready for a dose of reality? Half of all enterprises that tried to implement an OpenStack cloud have failed, and 65 percent of companies report they have found the implementation experience to be difficult. While it can be easy to throw in the towel after experiencing failure, SUSE’s research found the more adversity companies face in their OpenStack attempts, the more determined they will be to make it a success on their next go-around. According to 88 percent of respondents, the majority of business workloads will be deployed as lightweight containers on cloud infrastructures within five years. By quitting, how far will your organization fall behind?


Clearly there have been concerns within enterprises about how their cloud infrastructure should be integrated and managed. SUSE sponsored a study that found more than 81 percent of senior IT professionals are planning to move or are already moving to OpenStack private cloud. Those who have yet to move have expressed concerns about implementation, vendor lock-in constraints and a shortage of OpenStack talent in the market. So what can IT do to make their companies less reluctant to pursue the private cloud?

Pete Chadwick, senior product manager, Cloud Infrastructure, SUSE, shares some best practices on leading the way to a production-ready OpenStack cloud solution. 

 

Related Topics : IBM Looks to Redefine Industry Standard Servers, APC, Brocade, Citrix Systems, Data Center

 
More Slideshows

HCI 10 Reasons Why the Enterprise Is Turning to Hyperconverged Infrastructure

While HCI is certainly innovative in design, its true measure lies in the practical benefits it brings to data center management and operations. ...  More >>

DataM63-290x195 Data Storage Today: Key Takeaways from VMworld 2016

Survey findings include pain points for secondary storage, average restore times, the growth of hyperconvergence and rate of cloud adoption in enterprises.  ...  More >>

cloud51-190x128 5 Best Practices for Managing Zombie Cloud Infrastructure

IT administrators need to identify zombie assets, verify idle status and shut off anything that is unused. Here's how to get your dormant infrastructure back in shape. ...  More >>

Subscribe to our Newsletters

Sign up now and get the best business technology insights direct to your inbox.


 

By submitting your information, you agree that itbusinessedge.com may send you ITBbusinessEdge offers via email, phone and text message, as well as email offers about other products and services that ITBbusinessEdge believes may be of interest to you. ITBbusinessEdge will process your information in accordance with the Quinstreet Privacy Policy.

×
We have made updates to our Privacy Policy to reflect the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation.