You need to read this if you’re serious with cloud computing

Cloud giants, Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure, provide you with a ton of presentations, training and references. If your organization is serious about the implementation of cloud computing, it must provide its experts with the time they need to increase their level of expertise.

To save you time, I would like to direct your reading to the Well-Architected Framework of these 2 vendors. Here you will find everything you need to know to implement your organization’s cloud. The whole thing goes through the pillars to be put in place:

Cost Optimization,

Operational Excellence,

Performance Efficiency,

Reliability,

Security.

Pillars of a great Azure Architecture

Note that these are the same pillars for both suppliers.

In addition, in these 2 architecture frameworks you will find design principles such as: Automation by code, deploy small changes but often, use data to make decisions and other equally interesting.

I will never emphasize enough the fact that you have to get your hands in the cloud as quickly as possible and less talk about it in order to understand it. Understanding and applying these frameworks is just as essential to your successful transition to IT in the cloud.

Here are the links to the 2 architecture frameworks mentioned in this article:

Azure : https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/architecture/framework/

AWS : https://aws.amazon.com/architecture/well-architected/

Come and discuss it with me if you’re interested in it.

Luc Pâquet

Text translated from French to English with Amazon Translate service

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