Understand what the advantages are of having a multi-cloud approach

You can mix and match vast capabilities with multiple clouds

Working with more than one or two clouds means you can pick the best providers and services across clouds, geographies and functions for specific needs. This helps potentially lower costs, increase performance and solidify governance.

Multicloud environments give rise to complexities

Multicloud enterprises rely on private clouds for better data center performance and availability. They depend on public clouds to be more competitive, get to market faster and build new capabilities like analytics and artificial intelligence.

But successfully developing and deploying these new capabilities means that the average multicloud enterprise uses six or more clouds and hundreds of Kubernetes clusters. This creates a complex, error-prone environment that’s expensive and time consuming to manage.

Most enterprises use at least six clouds and need to solve multi-cloud challenges to save time and money.

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