Cloud Governance: an Overview

22 Oct 2010 • by Natalie Aster

London – Market Publishers Ltd announces that a new report on Cloud Governance with the title "Cloud Governance: an Overview" by Ovum is available at now.

Report Details:

Cloud Governance: an Overview

Published: June, 2010
Pages: 30
Price: USD 2495

Report Sample Abstract:

Cloud Governance Relies on the Same Ingredients as it Governance

As shown in Figure 3, there are six main ingredients to any good governance recipe including cloud governance: people, processes, policies, plans, performance monitoring, and paraphernalia of various systems and tools.

People are the main ingredients of cloud governance. Cloud governance requires a center of excellence. Governance is both applied to management (strategic corporate governance managed by the board of directors) and part of management (tactical corporate governance partly defined and wholly executed by the executive team).

Like other cross-IT domain governance initiatives such as SOA governance, cloud computing governance requires the creation of a Centre of Excellence (COE) independent from, but closely working with the enterprise’s project/program management office (PMO). At a strategic level, the COE draws together business as well as IT experts. At a tactical level it relies on resources from all three IT domains (ITBM, ALM, and ITSM).

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