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Definition: Ad-Hoc (Explorational)

A relatively nascent approach to adopting cloud services — focused on proof-of-value initiatives based mainly on ungoverned cloud consumption. Cloud initiatives are focused on initial economic benefits and an ability to simplify operational support but often bypass IT that can’t deliver technology quickly. Organizations in this maturity level benefit from expertise and guidance.

Ad-Hoc Organizations are:

  • Beginning to think more strategically about cloud platforms.
  • Moving routine service capabilities to save costs and simplify operations.
  • Seeking guidance from consulting organizations and service providers while educating themselves.
  • Facing prominent skills gaps when defining reference architectures, security, and operational standards.

Economic Benefits

Initial economic impacts are often eye-opening, but the organization must lay the groundwork for long-term strategies to sustain the benefits — as inefficiency can be a benefit killer past the initial wins.

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