May 2024

Navigating the Multi-Cloud Landscape

Multi-Cloud Strategies to Improve Performance and Resiliency?

As enterprises increasingly adopt cloud computing, a multi-cloud strategy has emerged as a pivotal approach for optimizing performance, ensuring redundancy, and enhancing flexibility.

This month, we delve into the benefits and challenges of multi-cloud environments, offering insights on how to effectively manage and orchestrate resources across various cloud providers.

We’ll explore best practices for integration, cost management, and security to help your organization leverage the full potential of a multi-cloud strategy while mitigating potential risks.



What Is Multicloud?

By Google Cloud

Multicloud is when an organization uses cloud computing services from at least two cloud providers to run their applications. By having the freedom to create a strategy that utilizes multiple vendors, you can pick and choose the capabilities that best suit your specific business needs and minimize vendor lock-in.

Multicloud solutions, built on top of open source technologies like Kubernetes, provide great flexibility and portability.  Additionally, multicloud environments work well with DevOps development practices such as containers and microservices architecture.

This article is a good primer on multicloud related topics.



Multi-Cloud Strategy for Cloud Architects

By Jeroen Mulder

A great book for cloud architects facing the challenges of navigating the vast array of cloud services and moving data and applications to public clouds. The book covers concepts like BaseOps, FinOps, and DevSecOps, including the use of the DevSecOps Maturity Model.

It looks into optimizing costs and maximizing security using the major public clouds – Azure, AWS, and Google Cloud, and includes practical use cases, including IoT, data mining, and Web3.



The Business Benefits of a Multi-Cloud Strategy

By Digital Ocean

In this article, Digital Ocean explores the reasons to embrace a multi-cloud strategy and the business benefits of doing so.

The premise is that a multi-cloud configuration can be valuable for businesses looking to compartmentalize their workloads among providers that may offer more cost-effective solutions for particular tasks, like data analytics or database management.

According to a 2023 study, the adoption of multi-cloud solutions is rapidly becoming the norm in enterprise technology.


What Is Multicloud? How Do You Manage It?

By IBM Technology

This is a succint 6-minute video covering private and public clouds, how to use containers and kubernetes technologies to manage things, and many other topics relevant to creating and operating a multi-cloud environment.

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