Early adopters of cloud said getting to a hybrid cloud model was filled with struggles. But the fruits of those labors have been worth the fight, they said.
By Greg Otto
LAS VEGAS — Some of the biggest proponents of cloud computing in the federal government know their data centers are not going to be shut down overnight.
So, agencies must figure out how to take advantage of the agility of the cloud while they’re still dependent on legacy data storage systems. That’s easier said than done, said two executives from early cloud adopters within the federal government.