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How to implement a multi-cloud storage strategy

Submitted by on October 4, 2018 – 3:42 amNo Comment

Not all clouds are built the same. On-premise clouds built from traditional virtualisation software are very different from public clouds in terms of availability, features and operation. Hybrid cloud and multi-cloud strategies allow IT departments to make use of these different cloud offerings, but getting data into the right place at the right time is a challenge.

Typically, hybrid cloud is used to describe implementations where data and applications are extended from on-premise into one or more public clouds, for example AWS, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Originally, this may have been to “burst” workloads, but increasingly can mean spanning both locations indefinitely. Multi-cloud takes things a step further, running applications across multiple clouds as part of the design, which may include running nothing on-premise.

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