We’ve all been planning our move to the cloud for the last 10 years. But the reality is harder than the hype. There are obvious security concerns. Internal teams might push back. The obstacles sometimes result in analysis paralysis, and all too often figuring out the To-Be architecture while the As-Is is in flux… is confusing.
One way of doing it is by measuring success, one use case at a time. At SpringML, we prefer to start with simple use cases and make a point of understanding the constraints holding our clients back, first. We figure out ways to eliminate them one at a time.
Google Cloud does a great job of democratizing technology while focusing on ease of use and operability. Some examples are simplified network configuration. K8s, and Anthos, which supports faster, lower cost, lower risk migration paths for workloads, anywhere.
Google Cloud also uses a clear naming convention for services and a predictable cost structure to go along with it. And so, We rely on the Google Cloud Platform that takes it all to the next level. It helps us help our clients overcome the many barriers to cloud adoption effectively. Therefore I believe it is the most natural choice.