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You can’t beat good BBQ. As long as I’ve been eating, I’ve loved the taste of BBQ cooked correctly, and I’ve loved the science of getting BBQ right, no matter brisket, ribs, pulled pork, or chicken. (Vegans may want to sit this blog out.)What’s clear to me is that the process and ingredients that it takes to make your cloud computing project work are directly related to how you get a perfectly smoked piece of meat. Here’s a bit of advice about both. In the world of BBQ, you hear the term “low and slow” a great deal. It’s really the process of smoking meat at a lower temperature, for a longer time. Typically, eight to ten hours for a brisket.Cloud computing migrations typically work best when there is a slow and methodical plan, and corresponding methodical execution, inside enterprises where the movement of data and apps from on-premises systems to the cloud happens at a slower, but steady, pace. This lets IT react to issues, whereas moving too fast often results in missed issues, such as overlooked security vulnerabilities. DAVID LINTHICUM READ MORE