I spoke with Michael Liebow, Global Head of Atos OneCloud, about how legacy architecture plays such a core role even in today’s newest cloud deployments, and provides advice on optimizing cloud strategy
- Your new position with Atos OneCloud? What will you be doing?
- Let’s contrast the past with what’s currently happening. Cloud in years past could be one data center connecting with one cloud provider, a simple hybrid cloud. Now, it’s a multicloud scenario, with microservices and container management systems, with the cloud merged with an edge deployment. Complexity rules. How can companies cope with all of this?
- What’s the most typical pain point for companies and cloud? It seems like it might be planning – they’ve set up deployments without quite knowing what they were doing, and now they’re stuck with architecture that’s problematic. Agree, disagree?
- Your take on the future of multicloud?
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