Future-proofing Enterprise Transformation with Cloud-agnostic Managed Services

23 Feb 2021
by Abhishek Singh, Mukesh Ranjan, Sarweshwer Gupta

As cloud adoption becomes mainstream, enterprises are moving from realizing mere efficiency gains to overall business transformation benefits. Enterprises realize that a “cookie-cutter” approach to cloud will diminish returns on their technology-related investments. Most enterprises believe that multi-cloud adoption will help them achieve the intended business benefits.

However, most enterprises ultimately end up adopting a classic multi-cloud strategy. In many scenarios, the classic multi-cloud model leads to cloud siloes, leaving immense untapped business value on the table. These challenges can be addressed with a Cloud-Agnostic Managed Services (CAMS) approach.

The CAMS model’s goal is to help enterprises make best-fit choices for their workloads as they transform their cloud strategy. The model, which is supported by multi-cloud interoperability and integration, hyper-simplified management, and ongoing optimization, aids IT teams’ efficiency and efforts to deliver better business outcomes.

Key building blocks of a CAMS model include technology blocks and services blocks. While technology building blocks (containerization, serverless, multi-cloud management, verticalized Ips/solutions, etc.) help to establish the necessary modularity in the overall enterprise IT estate, services blocks (fit-for-purpose cloud strategy, cloud governance, hyper-optimization, and management, etc.) enable a context-driven approach to business-aligned service delivery among other benefits.

Enterprises can realize more than just cost optimization by adopting a CAMS model–additional benefits can include business agility, business resilience, and improved customer and user experience.


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