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Data Storage and Placement in Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Field Guide

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A high-level point of view on workloads optimized based on cloud type, data storage and placement, and defining the use cases within these workloads.

There has long been a need for a field guide describing which types of architecture patterns for data repositories (including SQL vs non-SQL) can be used for relevant use cases in the various systems across hybrid and multicloud. This field guide is the result of 10 months of research, interviews, discussions, and visualizations by the participants.  It defines various types of repositories for hybrid and multicloud environments. It provides a high-level point of view of which workloads are optimized based on the cloud type, data storage and placement and defines the use cases within these workloads.

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Field Guide Data Placement

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