Posted by aionol | 13 FEB 2018

The Rise of The Multi-Cloud Solution

At first glance, managing your infrastructure, data and workload across different cloud environments sounds painful. And in the past, it was. The complexity of different solutions and the gaps between traditional data center and cloud platform management used to far outweigh the benefits. That has changed. The Multi-Cloud solution is on the rise. How Multi-Cloud Solutions Rise […]

At first glance, managing your infrastructure, data and workload across different cloud environments sounds painful. And in the past, it was. The complexity of different solutions and the gaps between traditional data center and cloud platform management used to far outweigh the benefits. That has changed.

The Multi-Cloud solution is on the rise.

How Multi-Cloud Solutions Rise To Power

A few things have changed to make operating in different environments more feasible. The three main reasons include:

Improvements in Governance Tools

In the past, businesses struggled to keep track of their data and workloads in different environments. The complexity in managing cloud and non-cloud platforms at the same time made the job almost impossible.

With the maturity of governance tools developed by third-party providers, managing across environments is now a lot more accessible. In the end, governance is the #1 secret to success in the cloud.

And, governance has become easier through cloud native tools such as cost management, or security and compliance.

The Rise of The Multi-Cloud Solution

The Rise of The Multi-Cloud Solution

Cloud Offerings Are Becoming Better

As with any technology, the effectiveness and usability at the start of its discovery and development are often patchy. Over time, and as the technology matures, glitches are fixed and kinks straightened. It’s the same for cloud computing.

Big and small providers are now able to build solid cloud solutions that can effectively address business needs.

Container Technologies Development

The first container was introduced by Docker, and it comprised a single compute unit that could run simultaneously on the developed laptop, the on-prep server, and any cloud. Since then, the technologies has made significant leaps and opened many doors. One of them is the possibility for enterprises to run workloads across different cloud providers.

Not ready to fully commit to the cloud? Marrying cloud and non-cloud environments or a hybrid cloud solution might just be what you’re business needs.

Ask Iono Inc about the right solution for your business.

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