The Key to Multi-Cloud Success

Source:- In the era of cloud-based architectures, companies have implemented multiple cloud platforms but have yet to reap the full benefits. Whether it’s Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud or Microsoft Azure—or some combination thereof—a recent Forrester study found that nearly 86% of enterprises have incorporated a multi-cloud strategy. Not only does this strategy take companies out of the business of hosting their own applications, it also leads to benefits including avoiding vendor lock-in, reduced costs and optimized performance. While it’s clear

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5 Ways Cloud Computing Will Change This Year

Source- Multicloud strategies reached new levels of adoption in 2018, with a recent survey from Virtustreamfinding that 86 per cent of enterprises are turning to a multi-cloud approach. But despite considerable adoption, multi cloud’s prominence is likely to grow even further in 2019 as organizations try to avoid vendor lock-in, granting themselves greater flexibility in deploying the most relevant cloud technology across different departments and functions. While a multi-cloud approach offers the added bonus of improving ROI, the aspects that are most appealing to enterprises

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NetOps and DevOps Want More Collaboration in a Multi-Cloud World

Source – CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–F5 Networks (NASDAQ: FFIV) announced the results of a recent survey comparing the views of over 850 NetOps and DevOps IT professionals on their respective disciplines and collaboration practices. Traditionally, the larger IT market has viewed these two groups as somewhat antagonistic toward one other. However, the F5 survey indicates they are largely aligned on priorities, with converging interests around the production pipeline and automation capabilities. Reconciling survey results with the current trend of DevOps turning to outside solutions

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