Although IT SOA and governance policies may seem to fall under the responsibilities of a systems administrator, IT planner/designer, or even a CTO, it’s never too early in your career to start learning how to write a policy that defines the infrastructure, security, performance, or public interaction frameworks within which your collection of applications will run. Besides, at the heart of each good IT administrator is a top-notch developer and programmer. Skip this section if you know the basics of IT policies.
Examine how IT policies interact with the cloud environment in these topic areas: Security, billing, metering, workload.
Examine the reasons for building cloud policies in these policy areas: Threshold, security, performance, mobile computing. These resources contain a template you can use to craft your own cloud policy.
IBM cloud experts explain how to integrate policies on IBM SmartCloud Enterprise.
If you want to go beyond Step 4 of this knowledge path, explore the resources in this section.
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