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As cloud architects, we work toward continual improvement, both in meeting our daily tasks and toward the bigger goal of accelerating our organization’s journey to the cloud. We must create both immediate and long-term value.
I’ve spent a good deal of time in cloud systems architecture — and I know that our job is essentially applying tech knowledge to real-world business problems. Not all the problems we face are technical, though, nor are the solutions.
Although the companies I’ve worked for were varied, they shared similar challenges. So, I’ve come up with three key tips for optimizing the impact cloud architects can use to meet complex business challenges, whatever the context.
Use what you’ve got
When faced with a fresh software problem, we often go right to the whiteboard and start scribbling. We fool ourselves into believing that each problem we face is unique. Often, it’s not. This is the time to stand on the shoulders of the wise developers who preceded us and to build a bridge from the past to the future.
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