In the era of digital transformation, data is playing a more important role than ever. IT managers are constantly searching for IT solutions that provide a competitive advantage. That’s why most enterprises are adopting a multi-cloud strategy.
A multi-cloud approach enables companies to take advantage of many benefits, including increased agility and cost management. But leveraging multiple cloud service providers comes with its fair share of Availability challenges. As enterprises embrace a multi-cloud strategy, it becomes critical that data and applications are always available across all cloud types, including private, public and hybrid clouds, to meet innovation and competitive demands.
With a multi-cloud approach that involves using services from various vendors, companies are not reliant on just one provider for cloud services. That can be a major factor from a business continuity standpoint if a provider’s services become unavailable for any reason. The most appropriate resources can be sourced and deployed in such a way that they precisely match the organization’s requirements. As a result, it will find itself more equipped to deal with changes in demand and scaling IT capacity up and down as needed.
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