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Finding Velocity: The limitations of “Lift & Shift” into the cloud

Aug 24, 2017 by DROdio

Finding Velocity is our blog series for executives where we share strategies to deliver software to users faster and more confidently (and why creating this deep competency in software matters strategically).

Today Andrew, our team lead, talks about the limitations of moving from data centers into the cloud, typically called “lift & shift,” and what work needs to be done to applications to unlock the benefits of the cloud.

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