The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Cloud Native: Align People, Process, and Culture

The shift to cloud native will dominate the next decade and drive companies to adopt HFS’ Digital OneOffice perspective. Technology will be the agent of change for how we work, and it will be baked into every organization’s culture by 2030. Becoming agile, removing monolithic applications, and developing containerized microservices will be things we do, but they won’t be why we do them. The why will always come back to who you are, the services you offer, and the customers that consume them.

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