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Cloud Services

Supporting cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-core portfolios

Cloud adoption across the enterprise is a growing reality, but much of the usage is in addition to on-premises systems — not in replacement. As a result, these cloud services increasingly require integration back to core internal systems: legacy financials, order management, inventory, HR, manufacturing, and other enterprise systems. Companies are connecting clouds — in strings, clusters, storms, and more — and cobbling together discrete services to create end-to-end business processes. Tactical adoption of cloud is giving way to the need for a coordinated, orchestrated strategy—and for a new class of cloud offerings built around business outcomes.

Integration, data management, and enterprise architecture have long been aspirations for IT. With cloud, these practices have become more complex. And they’ve shifted from leading practices to critical core disciplines. Virtually every enterprise should be developing a strategy to integrate, aggregate, and orchestrate its collection of cloud and on-premises assets.

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John Peto, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, illustrates the importance of effectively integrating cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-core systems through an example of a technology company embarking on a new global strategy.

Insights from Deloitte

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  • Tech Trends 2014: Cloud orchestration
    CIOs should be making deliberate investments in developing advanced integration and data management capabilities to support cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-core models.
  • Tuning up for cloud orchestration
    By developing advanced integration and data management capabilities now, CIOs can lay the groundwork for the impending arrival of pre-integrated and orchestrated cloud solutions.
  • Global Human Capital Trends 2014: Race to the cloud
    Cloud-based HR technology promises to integrate people systems, enable learning and talent management, and reengineer recruiting. But massive adoption of new software is harder than it seems.
  • A promising future for cloud orchestration
    Integrating and managing cloud offerings is testing the mettle of IT departments. ERP and cloud vendors are experimenting with what could be a revolutionary offering: pre-integrated and orchestrated cloud services.
  • Mixing a tall postdigital cocktail
    The CIO of a global purveyor of wine and spirits deploys a potent mix of technologies to engage customers and transform internal collaboration.

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