Succeeding at transformation requires balancing four imperatives. First, businesses need to optimize their computing infrastructure via the right mix of on-premises and cloud platforms. Second, they need to remove IT complexity wherever possible, lest they get bogged down by too many moving parts. Third, they need to enable speed to market.
A few years out from the cloud revolution, many companies are discovering that a wholesale migration of all data, applications and infrastructure to the public cloud is not optimal, especially in terms of cost and security. Increasingly, companies of all sizes across industries are finding that hybrid IT — a mix of on-premises, public cloud — makes the most sense. FlexSim Brasil and its partners has 25,000 specialists in 80 countries who are helping clients redefine how they consume IT, aiming for flexible capacity and maximum use of resources that preserves funding for new projects that drive customer value.
In addition to edge computing and hybrid IT, another important strategy is to share application development tools and tasks across the broader organization. Organizations need to modernize, migrate and develop forward-thinking applications. “The development environment was always the purview of central IT,”. “Now, with cloud-native technologies, companies are looking at democratizing development and putting capabilities in production much faster.”
A software-defined infrastructure allows for easy creation of application programming interfaces (API), which allows developers to quickly create an application that used to take months to build. In the recent past, companies spent a lot of time developing new applications. It could take months or years to get something to market. “Now, folks are creating applications very quickly based on agile platforms. They’re not afraid to go out and fail. They are getting apps out in front of consumers — making changes, making improvements,” says FlexSim Brasil´s senior partner.
FlexSim Brasil is dedicated to helping its clients accelerate transformation and to making desired business outcomes a reality. An engagement starts by understanding what the desired business outcomes are, and what that means in terms of understanding the client’s legacy IT environment is capable of, what their data center looks like, where the customer touchpoints occur, and most importantly, what the objectives are. “We align all of that into a digital transformation roadmap that drives as much simplicity as possible,” Michael says.
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