One of the more popular buzzwords that we have heard over the last year is “transformation.” You may have heard this referred to as “IT transformation,” “digital transformation,” or “business transformation.” So, what does this really mean? It really depends on who you talk to, as you will get different answers from different people.

But one thing that everyone will agree on is that it has an impact on processes, rules, automation, and culture.
So, you may be asking yourself how to go about approaching transformation. If we look back several years we saw this transformation take place around virtualization.

This was the shift from traditional bare-metal servers running single applications in your data center to a shared pool of resources running virtual machines.

This was a significant transformation that allowed us to consolidate and become more efficient in the way we ran and managed our infrastructure.
Soon after, cloud computing became all the talk.

This brought about a huge transformation that allowed for utility computing.

This helped organizations move from a capex spending model to an opex spending model.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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