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What are your thoughts on SaaS management platforms (SMP)?

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Do you still use bare-metal servers in your company?

Top Answer : We do but default solutions in order are SaaS PaaS Internal PaaS Last bare metal

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What are the key assumptions that an enterprise should make about migrating to the cloud?

Top Answer : Your cost will invariable increase, until you figured out the cost and administration discipline that cloud requires. You'll run into security challenges that are very different from on-prem deployments. You'll need to invest in skillset and 3rd party tools for visibility, administration and policies

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How are folks backing up SaaS applications?  Office365, Veeva, Netsuite, etc. Do you just trust SOC II reports and assume the SaaS vendor is backing up your data regionally across data centers? I don't trust it. I am trying to build a rock solid DR plan, however we are stuck on this point. thanks

Top Answer : In the case of highly critical SaaS & PaaS applications, we have extracts from database and back them up in case of catastrophic failure (or in the event we may need to restore and transfer the data -- e.g. to a different ERP system, etc.).     Don't backup Office365 e-mail, calendaring, etc as we have a contract, SLAs, guarantees, a Business Associates Agreement (BAA), SOC II, etc with Microsoft.  Similarly with Box.com. We do have backups performed explicitly of IaaS systems (VMs) in AWS and Azure and backed up across regions.

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Enterprise, SME Data backups

Top Answer : Veeam

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