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How Will Your Private Cloud Pass The Developer Self-Service Litmus Test?

Developer Self-Service Access Enables Rapid App Delivery

February 9, 2015


Why Read This Report

Developers judge private cloud initiatives by the degree of autonomous access they get to environments and resources that tech management provides. Few enterprises offer developer self-service to their private clouds, dramatically reducing the relevance of those projects to application delivery strategies. Yet rising numbers of client inquiries on the topic and progress by some private cloud initiatives suggest that a new wave of self-service adoption has begun. Infrastructure and operations (I&O) pros are progressing because they more clearly understand how to deliver developer empowerment. This report outlines the levels of developer self-service we are seeing in the market and guides I&O pros on how to implement an approach to deliver the best level of self-service in their internal private clouds for their enterprise needs.

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Table of Contents

  • Developer Self-Service Is Poised For High Growth
  • The Five Levels Of Developer Self-Service
  • How Can Enterprises Get To Self-Service Private Clouds?

  • Enterprises Must Make Organizational Changes
  • Supplemental Material
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