As discussions about cloud computing mature, IT organizations are realizing that the private cloud—a self-service, highly flexible computing environment that usually uses on-premises pooled resources—is the right strategic destination for most of their enterprise applications. Private cloud architectures, however, are likely not the same as anything you have in production today. Furthermore, many obstacles to implementing a private cloud aren't technical; they're business and cultural. This session will explore the key technical, business, and cultural issues you need to address to make a private cloud program successful in your company.