AWS Summit: How StepStone achieved a Cloud Centre of Excellence

I was recently invited by CloudHealth to present at the AWS Summit London. This was a dive into the lessons learned at StepStone in implementing a Cloud Centre of Excellence – coming from having nothing in AWS to it now being a key corporate strategy.

I feel that we are now in a Very Good Place [TM] in terms of our use of AWS, but there were certainly hiccups along the way, which is what this deck concentrates on. There are a lot of tropes that get trotted out about cloud adoption, but what is the reality?

The deck is below and I welcome your comments along with details on your own experiences in this area!

Tristan Greaves

One Comment

  1. Hi Tristan,
    I attended your session at the recent AWS event in London. I found it extremely useful and especially the use of CloudHealth. I currently work for Capgemini but am soon to embark on a new role as AWS CoE Architect for Cadent Gas Ltd. My role sees me creating a CoE and I will help steer the use of best practises around security, use of AWS organisations and consolidated billing (not exclusive to these).

    Again, an excellent session – thank you for sharing your experiences.


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