Posted in Articles on Thursday, April 12, 2018
by Richard Vester - Group Executive of EOH Cloud Services Division
Cloud computing has become the de facto platform on which enterprises are fuelling digital transformations and modernising IT portfolios. Organisations are increasingly finding business agility or cost savings by using various cloud services – with many employing different public cloud solutions.
The global public cloud market will hit $178 billion this year, up from $146 billion in 2017, according to Forrester Research. Public cloud adoption in enterprises will cross 50% for the first time. The rise of the use of multiple cloud services from multiple cloud vendors, or multi-cloud, is allowing companies to remain vendor-neutral to mitigate vendor lock-in, gain high availability, and to choose the right tool for the job.
However, multi-cloud deployments are resulting in more complexity, leading organisations to start looking for partners that can help simplify management of all of their clouds. These providers approach cloud services from the standpoint of the best of all clouds, providing optimal workload environments, highly engaged customer service, customised SLAs, flexibility, and cost savings. And most importantly, a single view of the multi-cloud environment.
If done right, multi-cloud provides many benefits:
A local cloud provider that can broker public, private and hybrid services, EOH ensures that your multi-cloud strategy delivers results. Contact us today to find out how we can simplify your multi-cloud environment.