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Published : Nov 14, 2018
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Nov 2018
Trial ? Worth pursuing. It is important to understand how to build up this capability. Enterprises should try this technology on a project that can handle the risk.

Often, in an effort to outsource risk to their suppliers, businesses look for "one throat to choke" on their most critical and risky system implementations. Unfortunately, this gives them fewer solution choices and less flexibility. Instead, businesses should look to maintain the greatest vendor independence where the business risk exposure is highest. We see a new risk-commensurate vendor strategy emerging that encourages investment to maintain vendor independence for highly critical business systems. Less critical business functions can take advantage of the streamlined delivery of a vendor-native solution because it allows them to absorb more easily the impact of losing that vendor. This trade-off has become apparent as the major cloud providers have expanded their range of service offerings. For example, using AWS Secret Management Service can speed up initial development and has the benefit of ecosystem integration, but it will also add more inertia if you ever need to migrate to a different cloud provider than it would if you had implemented, for example, Vault.

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