Eugene, OR, October 1, 2012 – IT Process Institute’s Managing Director Kurt Milne will present findings from a recent study of private and hybrid cloud success factors at the Up 2012 Cloud Computing Conference in San Francisco, December 12, 2012.
The session entitled, Lessons learned from successful hybrid cloud cloud projects will highlight lessons learned from analysis of over 140 private and hybrid IaaS projects. The research was designed to help IT decision makers answer important questions about their enterprise cloud strategy:
• What are typical pre-requisites for a successful cloud project?
• What are critical dependencies during the project?
• What solution capabilities fit common use cases?
• Where should POC efforts be focused?
• Are there common friction points to avoid?
• What are typical results achieved?
“We studied successful private and hybrid cloud projects in order to identify those IT organizations with the best results,” said Kurt Milne, Managing Director of the IT Process Institute. “By identifying factors that predict better project results at top performing IT organizations, we can identify what they have in common and that was different than other organizations with less successful outcomes.”
Session attendees can learn about what worked at top performing IT organizations in order to increase the chances of success with their own cloud deployments.
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About IT Process Institute
The IT Process Institute is an independent research organization that exists to support the membership of IT operations, security, and audit professionals. Our mission is to advance IT management science through independent research, benchmarking, and the development of prescriptive guidance. Our purpose is to identify and study top-performing IT organizations and identify proven practices to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the industry. www.itpi.org.