Professionals who have not paid attention to the concept should develop strategies for lost time.
Many IT professionals are well prepared for the continuous advancement of systems and infrastructures based on the concept of cloud computing. Although it is understandable that during the year 2011-2012 this ignorance can be a limiting factor for the career.
Many of these professionals still view cloud computing as a term of fashion and have not given much attention. For some time the concept was really fashionable, but cloud computing has entered into another level. The companies already see the model as potential leverage infrastructure and business environment to reduce costs. In addition, many have gone on virtualization, considered a key step before implementing the cloud.
For professionals who want to recover lost time, here are some suggestions for using cloud computing services to leverage the career.
1 – Focus On Education
In that case, you should start from the basics, how to understand the differences in terms of cloud infrastructure, platform and software as well as how and when to use.
2 – Create A Cloud Computing Strategy
Create a personal strategy that takes the work ahead for updates and be proactive about the next technological steps from your employer. How to create a strategy? Including studies and plans on cloud computing in every aspect of technology resources, including the thinking of business cases, road maps and budgets. It’s good to not to forget, however, political issues involving resources: the strategy must include participation from other areas of the company to reduce political risks.
3 – Encourage Experimentation
One of the most effective ways to stimulate the use of infrastructure as a service (IaaS) or platform as a service (PaaS) is to create prototypes that everyone understands the value that technology can (or cannot) bring. Extract the maximum information from these experiments to review the planning for cloud.
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