When cloud solutions first hit the business scene, utilizing one cloud provider was common. As the popularity of cloud services has grown, so has the way we think about cloud frameworks.
Multicloud is a new way for organizations to access different features from different providers without being locked into one provider. But with multiclouds came its struggles. This article explains the features and challenges of multicloud configurations.
Multicloud to Hybrid Cloud
Multiclouds can quickly become too complex in cost management, security, compliance, portability, governance, and more. Each of those challenges is complex, but the hybrid cloud offers a solution to those problems.
The more complex an IT environment, the more difficult it is to manage all components. It also translates to cloud storage.
Hybrid clouds address the challenges of multicloud environments through consistent tools and policies. Hybrid clouds integrate all clouds, data centers, and edge locations for seamless performance. Utilizing a hybrid cloud structure allows organizations clearer visualization and the ability to leverage automation.
The straightforward visualization and automation bolster security while increasing speed and agility.
Avoiding the Pitfalls
Working with the right providers is the first step in managing a hybrid cloud. Having a hybrid cloud means your organization will have to keep track of multiple platforms.
Bringing in a cloud expert is the best way to mitigate this. Working with a provider that offers managed cloud services takes the stress of managing multiple systems off your shoulders so you can work on revenue-generating tasks.
How Anteris Can Help
Determining your cloud needs can be challenging and generate a lot of frustration. Our team is prepared to answer your questions about cloud frameworks and help you choose the framework best suited for your business.
Let us make your technology freeing, not frustrating.