Migrating to cloud is difficult when organizations are weighed down by legacy infrastructure and the plethora of vendor offerings. Created in 2010, the federal government's Cloud First policy tried overcoming this challenge by requiring agencies to evaluate cloud options before making any new IT investments. GovLoop partnered with Micro Focus Government Solutions, an IT software provider, to produce this report about choosing a cloud model based on the concepts introduced in the draft Cloud Smart guidance.
- White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has been busy developing a smarter approach to cloud to help agencies develop long-term, high-level strategies that drive successful, secure cloud adoption.
- Draft Cloud Smart guidance was released in September 2018 for public comment and offers a more detailed roadmap to cloud than its predecessor. The Cloud Smart plan treats procurement, security and workforces as key components of moving to cloud during IT modernization.
- The Cloud Smart plan treats procurement, security and workforces as key components of moving to cloud during IT modernization. By providing more guidance on these major work streams, Cloud Smart aims to keep agencies safe while saving energy, money and time.
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