Only a few years ago, many organizations were hesitant to place corporate workloads in the public cloud for fear of security and regulatory missteps. Now, the vast majority of enterprises are leveraging resources from multiple public clouds. Many organizations rely on a private cloud and two or more public clouds — along with dozens of cloud software vendors — for infrastructure to power their mission-critical applications and house their most important data.
Often, however, organizations arrive at a multicloud approach as the result of case-by-case decisions surrounding specific workloads, without an overarching strategy to guide their investments. This can lead to unwanted complexity, cost overruns and subpar performance.
To build out an architecture that will empower a company to meet its goals, business and IT leaders must invest in a range of solutions, strategies and services that will help them to optimize their multicloud environments.
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