Moving some or all of your computing operations to the cloud is seen by many as a good way to reduce many of the management and resource demands associated with IT operations.
Still, while public cloud may remove the burden of hosting the infrastructure, the resulting changes required to operations, governance, and management structures can be as significant and far reaching as the move to virtualization itself was.  
To tackle these changes, organizations are turning to a new role – the cloud architect – to lead the move to public cloud.

There’s no doubt that cloud architects are in high demand.
In its 2016 Cloud Computing Survey of 925 IT and business decision makers, IDG Enterprise found that 35% of the enterprise respondents (those with at least 1,000 employees) had added cloud architects/engineers as part of their cloud investments.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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