One of the great opportunities of cloud technology is the ability to combine and integrate different tools, services, and platforms. But, the question of which cloud tools and platforms to use—and how to ensure they work together seamlessly and securely still persists.
According to recent research, 82 percent of enterprises have a hybrid cloud strategy, running applications in an average of 1.5 public clouds and 1.7 private clouds; and IDC predicts increasing adoption of hybrid cloud architectures. As a result, many large organizations already depend on mixed networks composed of multiple cloud service providers, third-party cloud platform vendors, and on-premises systems.
So, how do organizations implement a successful multi-cloud strategy while deriving the full benefits of the cloud?
What enterprises need is an open-source strategy and consistent governance that will help companies use multi-clouds to compete in the digital world. Download this Harvard Business Review whitepaper to know more.