By Juergenkress-Oracle on Mar 09, 2013
Recorded live at OTN Architect Day in Los Angeles in October 2012, these programs in the OTN ArchBeat podcast represent the Q&A between the audience and the experts panel assembled for the event, which included speakers from the day's technical sessions.
- Listen to Part 1: Dude, What's My Role?
Members of the Architect Day panel respond to an audience question about what happens to traditional IT roles in a cloud environment.
- Listen to Part 2: Migrating Mission-Critical Applications to the Cloud
The panel offers advice and examples in response to an audience question about dealing with mission-critical applications.
- Listen to Part 3: All Clouds Are Not Equal
The panel responds to a challenging question about cloud strategy with a discussion of enterprise-grade cloud services.
- Listen to Part 4: Cloud Security and Auditing
The last segment in the series is short discussion in response to an audience question about auditing and security in the cloud.
A Pragmatic Approach to Cloud Adoption
For enterprises that seek to transform their IT capabilities and avoid disruption in the process, a structured, pragmatic approach to Cloud computing is required. You'll find one in this practitioner guide, part of the IT Strategies from Oracle library. Read it.
This reference architecture document from the IT Strategies from Oracle library provides architectural principles, standards, concepts, and a conceptual view for Cloud architecture. Read it.
Also from the IT Strategies from Oracle library, this reference architecture document focuses on cloud computing from a provider view, covering the capabilities for public and private Clouds, and providing key architecture views to jumpstart a Cloud architecture initiative. Read it.
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