About this whitepaper
The term multi-cloud refers to the use of multiple cloud computing services from multiple cloud vendors in a single architecture, with the distribution of cloud assets, software, and applications spread across multiple cloud-hosting environments, both public clouds and private clouds, aiming to eradicate relying on a single cloud provider.
There are a number of benefits for building a multi-cloud environment, such as not having to depend on a single cloud vendor, the flexibility to choose the optimal service or feature from different cloud providers, preventing data loss, preventing downtime due to localized component failures, mitigating against disasters, not being locked into one vendor, the use of shadow IT, adherence to data sovereignty laws, and achieving optimal performance for end users by locating compute resources as close to them as possibles.
Some of the negative aspects of multi-cloud computing include more complicated security, needing multiple kinds of expertise on cloud platforms and providers, and more complicated workload management and governance. Multi-cloud computing is not to be confused with hybrid cloud computing.
Who should download
This whitepaper addresses how IT teams and organizations are facing the fact that every part of the digital world is connected and how they are turning to multi-cloud to deal with the pressure and challenges that they are facing. However, even this decision is fraught with many different paths and choices.
This whitepaper suggests the virtual network as a solution to the problems IT teams are facing in the multi-cloud age. IT executives who are looking for a guide to the multi-cloud network should download and read this paper.
Why you should download
This white paper addresses the challenges that IT teams and organizations are facing in the multi-cloud era, and provides a solution by way of the virtualization of the multi-cloud network.