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Why the World Is Going Multi-Cloud

Why the World Is Going Multi-Cloud

Published by: Research Desk Released: Nov 18, 2020

Multi-cloud is here to stay. A majority of organizations worldwide have adopted the strategy and maintain, on average, almost five clouds. Several trends are converging to drive the move.

First, organizations are becoming more sophisticated in their usage of the cloud, graduating from infrastructure hosting and automation, to building their applications with cloud-native offerings in analytics, serverless development, AI, and even industry-specific services. Second, companies are increasingly writing code and building automation frameworks that run natively on multiple clouds. Third, changing business requirements are now a powerful motivator to reduce dependence on any one cloud vendor.

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  • The underlying dynamics behind the move
  • Key multi-cloud benefits that are driving adoption
  • Major hurdles and how to overcome them

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