Published: 04 April 2022
Workload placement is a key driver of infrastructure delivery. When evaluating on-premises, cloud, edge or hybrid cloud options, I&O leaders should use this research to analyze and overcome common pitfalls when designing a workload placement strategy.
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Cloud computing is adding complexity to most I&O leaders’ workload placement decisions today.
Most I&O leaders do not have the knowledge or a clear understanding of infrastructure alternatives and options.
The best workload placement is unique for your organization.
As an infrastructure and operations (I&O) leader responsible for data center infrastructures, you should:
Avoid “one size fits all” placement assumptions by treating every single workload scenario as unique.
Identify existing I&O gaps by performing a comprehensive assessment of all existing workloads, identifying the current business needs (including recovery time objective [RTO], recovery point objective [RPO], performance and availability and reliability requirements) vis-a-vis
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