How organizations can implement a successful multicloud strategy

89 per cent of organizations surveyed in the Flexera State of the Cloud Report 2022 report having a multicloud strategy. Although this highlights a massive deployment of multicloud, it remains difficult to figure out how to implement a successful multicloud strategy.

In order to develop a good multicloud strategy, several steps have to be followed: Successful multicloud deployment requires multicloud architectures that extend across application and data levels.

It is important to learn how sophisticated organizations successfully deploy and operate their multicloud. One of the most common assumptions of these best-rated companies is the transition from monolithic architectures to microservices. Doing this enable them to optimize for developer freedom despite limiting the blast radius of when services fail.

For companies that do not have the resources to build like Snap, one of the top rated companies, it is advisable to start small, and they can do so by choosing a SaaS provider that can handle the multicloud complexity for them.

Organizations are advised to consider different aspects of their application infrastructures.

A successful multicloud strategy requires companies to develop and rigorously monitor network performance, security, and application availability, as well as tracking costs to determine the affordability of the microservices they use.

The sources for this piece include an article in TechRepublic.

IT World Canada Staff
IT World Canada Staff
The online resource for Canadian Information Technology professionals.

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