By John Dixon, Senior Solutions Architect
A few weeks ago, I took part in another engaging tweetchat on cloud computing. The topic: is cloud computing ready for enterprise adoption? You can find the transcript here.
As usual with tweetchats hosted by CloudCommons, five questions are presented a few days in advance of the event. This time around, the questions were:
- Is public cloud mature enough for enterprise adoption?
- Should public cloud be a part of every business’s IT strategy?
- How big of a barrier are legacy applications and hardware to public cloud adoption?
- What’s the best way to deal with cloud security?
- What’s the best way to get started with public cloud?
As far as question #1, the position of most people in the chat session this time was that public cloud is mature enough for certain applications in enterprises today. The technology certainly exists to run …