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IDC PeerScape: Practices for Autonomous Compliance to Enable Resilient Digital Infrastructure


Mary Johnston Turner

This IDC PeerScape describes practices that digital infrastructure autonomous compliance leaders apply across their digital infrastructure environments to streamline all aspects of infrastructure configuration, change management, and audit and compliance management. These best practices recognize the success of modern digital business requires infrastructure that is consistent, secure, and compliant and is managed in ways that reduce operational friction and streamline the orchestration of complex workflows.

"The lessons learned by organizations that have successfully implemented autonomous compliance best practices show how applying software life-cycle disciplines, building in audit reporting from the start, and remaining sensitive to cultural concerns are all vital to realizing the full business benefits," explains Mary Johnston Turner, research vice president for the Future of Digital Infrastructure Agenda program at IDC. "Over time, policy- and event-driven triggers for infrastructure compliance and remediation will allow organizations to benefit from more autonomous, self-driving, and self-healing environments that protect digital business while ensuring consistency and security across on-premises, public cloud, and edge deployments."



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