Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last decade, you’ve seen cloud computing spread like fire across every industry. You also probably know that the cloud plays a pivotal role when it comes to digital transformation. Whether “the app is the business” is a well-worn subject or not, it doesn’t change the fact that companies are spinning up their apps faster because they can scale, test, and optimize them in real production environments in the cloud. But, like any technology, the cloud isn’t perfect. If it isn’t configured specifically to your application and business needs, you can find yourself dealing with performance issues, unhappy users, and one splitting headache.