According to the RightScale State of the Cloud 2018 Report, 81% of enterprises have a multi-cloud strategy. Where are you in your journey to the cloud?
We’re beyond defining what multicloud is, when it’s coming (it’s here!) or why it’s accelerating. Customers need to know how to navigate complexity for the next wave of multicloud initiatives. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Getting to the How of Multicloud
The Cisco team is focused on continuing to deliver multicloud solutions to customers, which is why we are proud to announce the release of CloudCenter 4.9. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE CloudCenter 4.9 Now Supports Kubernetes and Azure Stack
When it comes to multicloud, containers are among the most compelling technologies to emerge over the past few years, allowing applications to start faster, use less memory and run anywhere. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Delivering On the Open Hybrid Cloud Promise with Kubernetes
One of the pillars of Cisco’s multicloud strategy is Cloud Protect, which includes two key solutions that we’ve designed to help steer users away from malicious destinations or, if they find themselves in a dangerous place, to protect their devices and the data on them….
Learn how to accelerate and de-risk your multicloud journey VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE 7 Strategies for Overcoming Common Cloud Adoption Challenges
… VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Your Guide to The Multicloud World, Part 3
The multicloud era is here. There is no denying that businesses large and small are accelerating the pace of moving applications and data to not only private and public clouds, but multiple clouds. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Your Guide To The Multicloud World, Part 2
The world is going multicloud. Organizations seeking the efficiency, speed, scalability and reduced costs the cloud promises, are rapidly moving applications and data out of their on-premises environments and into the private and public clouds, and increasingly – for high availability and disaster recovery –…
Are we all comfortable with the term “multicloud” yet? Used to be that we just had “the cloud,” then “public and private clouds,” then “hybrid cloud,” and now it seems that most companies are running a little bit of everything, so we needed a new…