‘Cloud angst’ is reaching new heights according to Chuck Hollis, Oracle's senior vice president of converged infrastructure. Enterprise IT is grappling with architectural incompatibility that results from trying to get public cloud services and private clouds to work together.
For many, these pain points are felt when applications are developed in the public cloud and then brought back in-house.
Read Chuck Hollis’ blog in which he declares himself a 'cloud therapist' due to his many years helping IT practitioners come to terms with cloud computing in an ever changing landscape.
In this piece, Hollis pinpoints specific challenges posed by the incompatibility of public and private cloud architectures, as well as a way forward for enterprise IT.
Here’s a hint about Hollis' go forward plan: "one big compatible cloud landscape that incorporates private and public cloud working closely together.”