October 29, 2018 / GuidesFor Team
To become competitive in this fast-changing business environment, it is pays to adopt multi-cloud technologies that allow unique and simultaneous processing for different computing needs. It was predicted that 85 percent of IT organizations in the United States will install multi-cloud infrastructures by 2018. Experts said multi-cloud computing capabilities can reduce costs, improve performance, lessen risks of DDoS attacks, and prevent vendor lock-in periods.
Of course, advantages precede challenges. Multi-cloud computing platforms mean you have to prioritize which aspects of the business need more support. There has to be frequent audits because the system is more vulnerable to security breach. Migration is likely to be a problem. Therefore, IT professionals will spend more time figuring out how to automate processes from various cloud computing providers. – Rub Valdez
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